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Full text of "Picturesque Huron; or Huron County, Ohio as seen through a camera"

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REYNOLDS HISTORICAIi 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 




ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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in 2010 with funding from 

Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center 



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PiCTlJRBSQD R HURON 



OR 



HURON COUNTY, OHIO 



AS SEEN THROUGH A CAMERA. 



1896. 

THE LAN'ING PRINTING ""•JIJMKaW, 

puBiisHiHS, No;nvy.i;-i^.'/-Q" 



PREFATORY. 



Picturesque HURON is made u|) of views taken with a i(h<>toj.--rai>h camera, in Huion county, Ohio. The views 
embrace urban, .suliuiban and ruial scenes^., such as .streets and roads; business buildings, churches au<l schools: 
natural scenery, such as \v(M)ds, hills, vales, streams, and other landscai)es : houses, mills, shops aad factoi-ies — in fact, a 
collection of such views as will poi-tray to the e^-e the ont-drM)r side of the county, as it now apjiears to an observer. 

In selectini;' material for this b<Kik. we have not chosen merely the residences of modei-n stj'le and eleyaiice. or the 
business buildings of sui)erior size and l(x))vs. The rich and the p<x>r have been treated with like consideration. The 
humble cot, the common-place Inmie. the country church and school-house, occupy as prominent places in tliis VkjoIc as do 
the homes of the gentiy oi- the edifices of wealth or splendor. "We have endeavored to have all classes represented. We 
have taken pains to obtain as many as possible of such views as attract the eye of the traveler or loiterer, and those 
views which have surroundiiig-s such as lend a i/hann or admiration to a iiicture, and ^iews with wliich thei'e have been 
connected some incident, event or reminiscence calculated to make them of more than usual interest or promir.ence. Our 
idea is t<i g-ive to the i)co[)le a panorama of life and its environments, just as it riow exists in the county, and place its 
characteristic features in such c(jnvenient and i)ermanent form that it will be valued and preserved. 

Many iUustrati(.)ns of the older and ([Uainter structures are found in this book. and. because old landmarks are 
always striking, and become more interesting and important as the years pass behind us. the mind of f>ne turning its pages 
will be constantly directed to scenes and incidents of tlie past. But the b(H)k is not intended as historical. e.\ccpt in the sense 
that it presents to view many features of the county as they have long been in existence, and will preserve the identity of 
many a structure and scene that otherwise would, in time, pass fi'om sight into the abyss of forgetfulness. 

To know what tlie value of this work will lie — historically — to coming generations, the reader may fancy how inteivst- 
ing and fascinating sucli a volume, published Hfty or more ye:irs ago. would now be. i-ecalling to our older people the county 
and its life as tliey knew it in childhood, .ind pi<-uiiing to their descendants something of the life our parents leil. and the 
trials they underwent in the ujibuilding of our now pleasant community. This will give some conception of the value this 
volume, with its portrayal of Huron county as it is today, will be to the next and subseipient generations. We would be 
])leased to be able to give a descriptive stoi'v of scenes ami incidents levealed in many of these pictures : but it is imi)ossible 
to get proper data for so many of them that, out of regard for all. only such reading matter is used as is necessiirj" to kx-ate 
the views, oi- merely suggest some event which has brought the scene or locality into prominence. 

Although it may seem somewhat out of keejjing with a work devoted to the picturesipie. we have inserted in it a few 
portraits. They are. however-, portraits of either men of historic tame, who were l>orn. or at some time resided, in Huron 
comity— men who have been well-know n county oHicial.>. or men w!io were piominently connected with the eariy settlement or 
laler development of some locality of the county. We are s(prry that we are imable to give more of the portraits of our 
l>ioneers. Pictures of many men, whose portraits shoidd be pi'eserved on account of their identity with the earlj" liistorv of 
tlie county, cannot nov.- be had, and their faces have passed from view entirely. S<^nie pictures we desired were asked for, 
but they are left out because the interested iiarties did not respond to our call. There are. luuloubtedly, man_\ men liviiie- 
to-day in the c< unity wliost> lives have l>een sutheiently illustrious or prominent to make tliein desei-viiig a place for their [Kir- 



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ti'ait on our ii;i;i<'>.. lint it wonli! lie iiuiii»iilik' to ^^et tlieni all. and so many |)ortraits as would \>f iiHt-essarv would be so far 
bieyou<l the jtur-posf of this woiU, that we have omitted [)ittur(',s of all. or ii<-:irly all. of this class of pt-i'sous. 

We have no apolofjy to offer foi' this worlc. It contains nearly dnidjle the number of pictures we promised its pur- 
chasei-s, in tlie [)rosi)ectus. and the hii^h character of the met-hanical work displayed in the sami>le numb^'i- has been main- 
tained on every pa^e of the IxMik. We believe the volume will have an inestimable and lastiuf,' value. .\s it is im|)ripbabie 
that another wf)rk like it. for the county, will ever be publislied. we tiust that tlmse wlio obtain copies will preserxe them 
with extreme cure, as their value will increase with their a;re- 

^\'e have itublished a few copies more than the subscriptions call foi-. believin^^ that some who have been absent duriii<; 
the canvass, and some who now live in distant places, but once resided in this county, may wish a \-olume. It will certainly 
afford tho.se who have removed, or may in tiie futui-e remove from the county, ifreat pleasure to be enabled, when miles away, 
in their minds, by e-xauiining- these pictures, to revisit familiar places in Old Huron : to reproduce scenes and incidents ai-ound 
which fonil memories cluster, and to revive recollections that are cei-tainly dear to them. 

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EBENEZER LANE 

Was one of the pioneer lawyer.s of Huron county. He settled in 
Elyria in March, 1817, and removed to Norwalk, October 10, 
1819. In May, 1819, he was appointed prosecuting attorney of 
Huron county, and was judge of the court of common pleas from 
1822 to 1827, when he went upon the supreme beuch of the state 
and remained a judge of our highest state court until 1x45. In 
July, 1842, he removed to Sandusky, where he died July 12, ]8i;tl. 

ELISHA WHITTLESEY 

Was connected with Piatt Benedict as one of the proprietors oi 
the laud upon which Norwalk is situated. Whittlesey Hall, in 
this city, was erected upon land donated by him for an academy, 
and Whittlesey Avenue is his namesake. He was instrumental 
in having the wide spreading, .shady maples set out that now 
ornament Xorwalk's leading street. He settled at Canfield, O.. 
in 180C. Was state representative in 1820, served in congress 
sixteen years, and was sixth auditor of the treasury continuously 
from 1841 to the time of his death in 1802. 

PLATT BENEDICT 

Located in Xorwalk in 1815, and brought his family here in 1817. 
He built the first house in the place, a log one, in 1817, and in 
1819 built a brick one in its place. It was on the site occupied 
by the Gallup block, and was just east of the first building be- 
yond the court house, the Benhani block, shown in the picture of 
Norwalk as it was in 1840. He held many offices of trust, and 
was for many years president of the Kirclands Historical Society. 
He died in 1800, at the advanced age of HI years, 7 months and 
7 days. 

DANIEL TILDEN 

Was one of the pioneer physicians of tlii-- county. He settled at 
Cook's Corners in the spring of 1M7, moved to Xorwalk in 1825, 
removed to Sandusky in 18:19, where he died in 1870. He was 
state senator from 1828 to 1835. 




Hon. KLl.eHA WHITTI.ESEV. 




Flatt Benk.wl'T, Esq. 



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XORWALK AS IT WAS IN 1H4I1. 



Norwalk was laiil out in 181G, and these valuable pictures show how the city appeared at the various specified dates in its history. 
They are views which some of its enterprising citizens were thoughtful enough to secure, and careful enough to preserve, aud we are pleased 
to be able to place before the present generation, and record for the use of posterity, an idea of what the streets of Xonvalk l.jcked I:ke in 
the times when it wa>; growing fron; hamlet to village, and when its inhabitants were reaching up from the condition of humble villagers to 
that of being inhabitants of an imposing little city. 

The picture above is from a sketch made in 1S4G. and cousidered reliable by those whose niemor>- antedates that period. Back of the 
shade trees on the street east of the court house was the residence of Piatt Benedict. The small one story building on the left is supposed 
to be one located on the corner now occupied by B. C. Taber & Co. There were a few business buildings on West Main which could not 
be shown from the position taken by the artist, but the view taken e.\poses the mo.st imposing part of the village at that time. 






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This picture shows some of the pioneer business structures of Xorwalk, in the 
heart of what was then the principal commercial part of the town. They have since 
been replaced by the more imposing structures shown in the subsequent views. The 
American house was then a famous hostlery. It still stands, but additions to it. and 
internal changes, have changed its looks so that it is scarcely recognizable as one of the 
landmarks of Xorwalks growth. We regret not being able to give as early views 
of all parts of Main street. 



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Thi!. picture ^hon s the -tructures n hich at a later daj » ere erected on the « est end of 
vmlh Klde of Kast.M.iln Street exIendln>ruT far u> the court house yard. The building on the 
ler was knmin a^ the Benham Building. A part of this lot was subsequently taken Into 
court house yard. 



This pictuie shows a vitw of this jiait of 
Noi-«alk, as it now is. Tlie oontrast is niiitf 
niai'ked It is quite likfly that tlic itiras of the 
most ai-iifiit of the pioneer boonievs have lieeii 
oiitstiap|)e(l. ami they wonlil feel Hatteieil if 
lierniitted to take a peep to-day alony the street 
where the old-time mei-chants then disposed of 
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The Hiul«;e Axium. I'lMi-ixc; Statkix at \VAKi;>rA 













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A llL-RAL Scene Near X(iK\VAt,K-. 


















How Ferc Looks to the. Approaching Traveler. 



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A.N .-\PRiL .Snow, in Nouwai.k. 



\N Olj> Gkist .Mill at Pehc. 



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PICTURESQUE -HURON. 



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HOTKL AT (.'I.AKKSFlKLll. lU'lLT IX THK 'M'a. KKPT IIV NA'I' 

t'lSHKR vnR .Many Vkaks. 



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A V'IKU- IN- THK QUAIiKY OF THU PL^-MOrTH STONE CO., PLWIOUTH. 










CKISTMn.L OK .1. X. HaKNIM. AT THK •■HoLI.OW," ( ■LAKKSFlKi.l). 





















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Hfjiiin-gway's Mii.i. AT Xk.w London. 



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CoMiNO UP THE Hill, entf.kino Xorwalk. near the Water aorks. 







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soHGHi-M Mill, on Farm of J. Uixole. on Old State Road, hktwkkn 
Olena and Fitlhviixe. 



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L. S. & M. S. 1;ail\vay Depot at IJellevue 



•Nickel Plate" IIailwav Varus at Beli.kvue 




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U. .S: O. Kailway Oha^OT at Plymouth. 



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bITL OF YEAMAN'S old SAW Mlt.L AT CLAKKSFIKLD. 







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'Tiliir iriniiiniiiiHiafTii 

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Public bcHooL Builuixo at ihicauo. 



P. A. Oc \V. Tkkstlk, Kntf.uim; Ply.mouth fko.m thk Kast. 



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BusiNf:ss Bnr.DiNc.s at I?KLi.EvrR. 




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Residence of John IIe^-man. Hunt's Couneks. 



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M. E. C'HUKCH, AND RESIDENCE OF DU. FaCKLER, l>I.V.\IOUTH. 



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LII.D DlSTlLLKUV AT XOKTH MONROEVII.I-E. 



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1'. A. ..V W. llAil.WAV Dl-.IMT AT I'l-VMOl'lH. 



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A ViE-.V ON- MVRTI.F, AVKXUE. LoDICIXt; SOUTH. CHICAGO. 



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W. & L. E. Hailway Tkf'.stle Between Xorwalk and Monroeville. 

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PUBIJC SCHOOL BriLWNO AT Cur.r.iNS. 



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Re.sidence of Henky Kxowi.ton, Fitchvii.le Vill.\ge. 












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(-'ongrbgational Church. Village of \Vake.man. 



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COXGRBOATIONAL CHURCH AT BEU.EVUE. 



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Between Norwalk and Monrof:vili.e. 




The Baitist l'hl'klh, Xesv Lonuox. 



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THK .MKTHOmsT IHCKCH AT ( LAHKSFIEI.D "HOIXoW." 










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■;hadv (Ji.en and Pool on Kast Kkanih ok Hl-ron ttivKu. 
FAtRFff^.D Township. 



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Thk Mkthodist Chukch at ( Hicaco. 



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LlTHERAN CHVKrH AND I'AUSONACK AT I'l.YMOUTH. 



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CONURKGATlOXAl, CHLKLH AND PUHI.IC SPHOOL AT COOKS CORNERS. 



CONUKFXJATIOXAr. CHURCH. Cl.ARKSFIEI.D •■HOLIX)W." 



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The Old School IU-ildinc at New Lonikin. 



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BKim.E ovKJ< HVRON i;ivt:R, Near Kxtehprise. 



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PvBi.ic School Bi-ii.ding at Kast Xorwai.k. 



l'u\-kkndall's Mill Dam, ox Huron- Uivkk, PL\-MorTH. 






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Rattlesnake Glen, East Norwalk. 



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Two PioNKi'.K HoMKS AS Thkv \inv Loorc. Harti.ano Towxshi: 



PICTURESQUE -HURON. 












WAfiO.V liKKXJK OVKK VK.i^MlLLION lllVF.R AT Fn'rH\lI,I,K. 




BKltXiE OVEK HLRON KIVF.K at MONROEVILT.K. showing HEYiMANS Mlf.I. 
IN THE DlSTAN'CE. 




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M. E. CHUKCH. Main street. Beixevuf. 



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L'NiTt^ Bkkthrkx < hukuh at Chicago. 



KwscopAL f'HuncH. West Main strket. Xorwai.k. 
Krected in 182S and Dedicated M;trrh 1. 1><2!I. by Bi^-hop Philandc 








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Landscape View on Knterpki&k i;oaii. Showixc; Site of the Old Jacob's Mill and Portion or r,.\( e. 






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IICRON HIVER. at the HaILICOAD BRIDGES. MONROEVILLE. 



Methodist Ki-iscopal ( hvrch. Monrokvim.i-. 




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Methodist CHfucH at FncHvii.i.h:. 










i;. .v (). Kaii.uav Dkpot at Chicago. 




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The M. E. Church at Haktlaxd L'f.xtfr. 



Business Ruildinos at Chicago. 
Kast side of Myrtle avt'iiue from corner of Miijile St.. lookins; noith. 






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Kl^SkiSsri 



The Hesiuence ok Dit. \X. H. .Ioh.vso.v hetweex 
Collins and Towxsend (enter. 







A PkIMITIVE IlKSIDKN'CE ' IN THE FaKM OF 
A\'. \V. UUia)UE. ToiVNSENIi ToWNSIHl'. 









Morehead's Blacksmith Shoi» at Hunt's Corners. L\"me Township. 



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On land now owned by W. H. Starr, on road leadinsf east from the Villaoe 






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Bridge over Hi-ron Kivkr. on E.VTERPRtSE i;o.\u Betwkex 

N'ORWALK AND SAXUUSKV. 



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I'.ESIUENCE OV \V. \V. Va.N- (tORDER. XeU" LONDON. 



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A ViKw IN Old Ckmktkky in iu:ar of Episcopal ihikch. Xorualk. 









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\ ViKW FUOM L. S. c^ M. S. lUU-WAY, BETUF.KN XORWALIv AND MoNIMEVU.r.I 




Kesidf.nck ok Mrs. Lvdia (outkitk. East 
Main Str»3:t. Xorwalk. 













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A Spring Housf.. ORra;NFiEi.D Township. 




Mayor's Office and iity 1*risox at Plymouth. 






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IlESlDKNCK OF MRS. F. H. Bo.\LT. CORXEK fir Wf.ST MaIN .\ND 

P;.E.\SA.NT Sti:i:kts. XoinvAi.K. 
Formerly Xurwalk Female Seminary Kinldim." 




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St. Paul's ('ai,holic Chl'rch axd Cemetery at BELij:vrr. 






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A View of Monroevii.le from the Hill South of the ViLLAut. 



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PuiiLic School I!rii,r)i\i.: at CLAUicsFiELn. 











.V View on i'l.vMouTii SruKhiT. I*i.vMoi"rH. 
Sliowinsr Presbyteiian Chmrh and Itesiaem-e of H. .M. Parker. 






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Evangelical LuTntaiAN Chikch at Monkokvillk. 



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COMMEKcuL House. Monroeville: Erected :n is:t4. 
K. A. Emi^RSON, Proprietor. 
















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THt; r.. s. .li M. .s. KAn.uAY Depot at Wake.ma.v. 






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UENDL\(J Wohks at Wakk.vtan. 



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W. & L. E. Kailway Depot at Beli^vlk. 






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FaUM ItESlDENCE OF M. fJlES. llRONSOX TOWNSHIP. 



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Residence of K. C Tabf;r, West Main Street, Norwalk. 



Residence of Frank Vj^xx., Monroeville. 



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Farm Residence of .Iohn iooke. New London Touxsnir. 



Residence of chakles Zu'FEL, Monroeville. 



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F.RDRICH'S ClWVKKAllF. WoKKS AT BkI.LEVUE. 



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Residk.n'ce of Solomon Spear. Plymouth. 



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KPISCOI'AL ( HURCH AND RECTORY AT BeLLEVUE. 






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A View in the Cemetery at Ka.st Townsend. 






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Over the Hill at Enterprise. 



Uesidknces o.v Xouth (Jakden Stref.t. Xorwai.k. 



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The Samukl Kari. Kksidknck 
On fHini of T. U. Hemeiiway at New Limiion : built at an ••aily day. 









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Manufacturing Plant of D. J. V. Arnoijj at Xf.w London. 
















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IlKSinKNCK. OF I). .\I. HAUK.NKSS AT I {F.LI.KVU K. 



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llK.SlUtNlK OF .lOHN H. BFATTIE AT XKW LONDC^N. 



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PICTURESQUE flURON. 



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A View in Katti.esnakk Glkn, Kast Nou.valk. 



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Rksidenck of W \V. Graham. Nohwalk. 



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.MtTHOinsT KHISCOPaI. IHfHCH AT TdWNSKND l'KXTF2<. 
Erected in the fifties. 






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Methodist Church at Xew Lonlkin. 










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Kesidkncf. of Roman- /.M'Kkl. .Moxkokvii.i.k. 



i;KSIDf:XlE Of .IdH.V UUOWX. .MO.SUHF.VII.I.K. 



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A View on thk Monhoevii.lf. Uoau. Nkar thic Uomesteao of 
H. P. Stentz. 



Hl.ACKSMITH SHOP AND KESIDENCE OF ROBERT MlLIXR AT XORTH END 

OF Hartland KnxiE Road, near former site of Miners Tavern. 




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Business Bvildinus on West Side of Ashi.and Sthrf.t. \e\v London. 




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p. A. & W. R.Mi.UAY Depot ac New London. 



(iEOKOE Hl'.MrUKKYS SAW .MlI.L AT WaKKMA.N. 



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The Kksidknck of P. T. Conky. in Townsk.vd Towxsaip. near 
Wakeman Like. 




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LcK>KiNG North on Mykti.e Avenue at ihicago. 






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Uesidknc K oi- Wii.i.iAM Voum;. Monroevii.i.e. 



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Trinity Ki'iscopal church. Lymk To'vnship. 

On Monroevillo and Bellevue i-oail. 4 miles west of Monioevillf 

Ei-et'ted in 1847. 



Kl.OUKING MILL A.S'D W.MvtHOl SK .\T XkW Lo.VlxiN. KsoiV.V AS 
THK ■■(JILHERT MILL." 



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BUILDINGS OF KONA PlANO AND ORGAN fOMPANV. MONRnEVILLF., F.REl Tr.D FOI! A WOtiLKX MILL. 




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HdTKi. AND lU'siNKSS Buildings at olkna. 



ilKV. Harry O. SheliX).n, 

A Pionwi- Pieaohor of N'orthein Ohio, ai 

at one time a. resident of Peru. 



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Rustic Suspension Briijge 



At bend nt Huron River 2' 
by VVm.T.Ashtun u-acun 
long and ubout l.i feel abo 










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Kesidence of .J. H. Wood. Heli.kx'Ue. 



OLD Fot XDKY AND MACHINE SlIOP AT ri.VMOUTH. 



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Residence of Thomas Cone, Monroeville. 







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Northwest Corner of the Public Sqcare at Plymouth. 



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(iRAIN ELKVATHK AT (,'IllCA(iO. 



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Handle Wonivs of Yingling Bros. & Co., Monroevtlle. 



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The Birthplace of Jay ( 'ookk at ('ookk's l'okners. Uiumvkiki.d Township. 



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The Bending Works of S. E. Smith at Monkoeville. 






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BARHETT'S tHAPEL AND SCHOOL HOUSE AT BARKETT'S CORNERS, 
3 miles north of New London Village. 












A view of the ImiUliii}: wliioh was eivc'teil :it Collins in an eiulv .lay. by Messrs. llyile 

nnil Dart, for the pni-|iose of nianufaeturin;;- A;;rieiiltural Impliiuenls. aftei-waril used 

liy vario\is nianufaeturinir eoneerns and now used as a ware-room. 







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The Universalist church at I'eru. 




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AN Old Flourini; Mill at Plymouth. 









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The ( atiioljc church at Weaver's corners. 



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I*UKLic School BuirjjiNu at WAKt^iAN. 



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A View in the ( 'emktery at New I^)xdon. 




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Works op Ohio Cultivator C'omi>any at Bi:llf.vuk. 







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Oij) Baptist Church HuiLnixci at New LoNUdx. 
Foi'mt'ily locnti'd on site of pri'sriit Ii;i!itUt <'huivh. 



The "ULUf. Fly. " Oxck a Famous Hotel ox the 1'laxk Road 

FROM OLEXA to MU.AX. 



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FOKMKR IIf.sidexcb: of E. Stovve at C'OI.I.IN'S. 
For ilany Years L. S. & M. S. nailway Aytnt. 



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UESII)KN-CK (IF \Vm. fl. Thavkk. Xokthwkst I'aut ok TO'.VNSKND 
Township. 




ReSIDENCF, OF < '. H. DlUAND, MONUOKVILLE. 



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HESTF.R Street School Buildixo. Norwalk. 



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A Rural Scene. 




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Residence ok Thos. Kveiu.nui.m. i;i[)(;EFiKt.D Townshif. 
Between Monroeville anil Hunt's (oi'ners. 



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Rf.sipen'ce of Mrs. A. Woodward, South West St., Bellevue. 



Residence of Mrs. M. C'arroi.i,. Thukk Mu.ks Xorth of 

MOXKf)EVILI.E. 



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IlESlDENCE of K. K. LiTTI.E. Ka.ST MaIN STREET. XOKWAI.K 



The CHAia.Ks .V .Sawyer Kesidence. Ia^jie Tnwxsmp. 
On Plank Rimd, tliiic miles west of Monroeville. 



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ItESIDEN'CE OF JOHN ZORN, MONKOEVILI.E. 
















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.Saw Mtr.L of A. E. Hanvili, near Xokth Fa 



IKFIELD. 





KESIDEXCE OF .T. M. Ml-DllNAU). 

On f 'entc!- Road licUvivn XiiiMalk ami Tmvnsenil. 



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Resujence of fKANK Hukc;f.k. Main Stkeet. Monkoevili.k. 



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llESIDEXCE OF t'HAKI-ES KENDWGH. TOWNSENU TOWNSHIP. 




IlESIDKNCE OF MICHAEL 
On (oiintv Line Koacl 



FUIKXU. UllXil 

H Miles North 






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liESIDEN'CE OF Ml!S. JAMES GREEN, MONI!OEVILI-E. 










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IvESUJENCE OF JOSEPH WALTERS, SOUTH PART OF KIDGF;FIELD TO«\XSHIP. 



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Residence OF A. H. TriKKK, Collins 



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L. S. & M. S. Railway Dkpot at cof.r.iNS. 




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IlESIDF.NCE OP .lOSKI'H Hll.TZ. MONKOEVII.LK. 















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Thf. Rksidf.nck of Uk. McKinnky, and thk Stohk a NO Klf.vatok 

OF CHAS. SHlflD AT HAVANA. 

The latter wei-e elected by H. M. Owen and remodeled by J. L. Dailey 

who eondueted them (or a niimbei' of years. 



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An uld Time Residence .\t Hunt's Cou.ners. 







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i;s. i;. HOAKDMAX. l':.\ST Main .Stkfkt. i>Ki.LE\ vk. 







Thk Store and Wakehoom of Du. v.. (.■ui.dkutson at IIanan. 
Conducted by I.. Ransom tor many years. 













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Situated two and one-lialf miles west of Monroeville. ereoted'in lH'>-\. 






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Thk Heyman and Latha.m Mill Dam at .Monkoexille. 



.\ l-ANii .Mark ok Tounskmi Ton n'shu'. 
Kivctoil in nlxint lSi"i. now oc<'U])ii'(l hy Frank I. 



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The Uesidence of K. J. Squire at Monroevii.i.k. 
Ki'ectetl in lKt'2. , 






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ZiON KPISCOI'AI, (HrKCH AXI> IlECTOKY AT .MuN-UDEVlI-M 
Corner of Iiidjjfe :ind Moni-oe Strt'L'ts. 






UUKON CoUNTV Jail. Xokw alk 





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r.F.SinEN-CE OF .TOHN iioWKUS AT TOWN'SFNI) C'KNTKK. 



i;i:si[)KXrK. OF Du. H. N. IloNAi.nsox at I'.ki.i.kvik 



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Flouring Mill ok IIeyman i>c Latham, .Monkokvillk. 



School House at Fitch's ('ornei£S, Lymp: Townshiv. 







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Birds-eye View oe L. s. & M. S. Railway- Shops at Norwalk. 







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Kksidexce of W. S. Whstov. New I.onuon. 
Formerly tlie Moi riliild Hoinosteiul. 




W. \- L. K. Railway Depot at West Clarksfielu. 



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Kf.sidenck Of James Truespali,, Xorth MoxROEvn-LE. 




Residence OF Joseph shekmax. Lyme Tow nshii>. Between 
Fitch's Corners and Hunt's corners. ' 








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Residence of I;obert K. Rood, state Street, Norwai.k. 



Residence of John A. Baldwin. Monroevii.le. Pr!EsinENT_EDNA 
Piano and Organ Companv. 



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A W. & L. v.. Railway Wreck. 
VUnvs of a iWMscniri-i- onirino after runniiiL' into ivar end of a tiviiilit train, a short ilistam-f west of Xorwalk. .Nfay 1. 1'<!11. 



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Kksidenc'i; Of Fkank K. Hkarson. Monhoeville. 



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A View at Havana. 












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A View at loli,ins. 









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KESIUENI'E of AXDUKW HllM'. MoN'lIOKVII.I.K. 



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Kksidence of L. O. Si.mmons. .Monkoeville. 
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On Greenfield Koad one mile south of Monroeville. 




llESLDENCE OF HOMER FiSH. RlIX;EFIELD TOUXSHIP. 
Between Monroeville and North Monroeville. 




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Located on "Riverside Hei<:hts." 



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.\N OMi OUCHAIili ox llAXl-OLrli I'AKM, OLLJ .STATK I'.OAD. 

Xorwalk Townshm*. 

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Residence ok a. Sammis. center Uoad. Townsend To\vNSHii». 




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llesidonce of Mr. Di-ake on the left erected in IHliS. The house on 
the rijjht known as tlie ■Hart House' erected by Mr. Drakt in 18.37. 



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Corner Ridge and Monroe Streets. 




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Residence of I. I. Goon, Kilboirne Street. Bellevue. 



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IlKSinKNXK OF A. F. KoU'LAND. Kast Main ^STKE>:T. 
XOR.VAI.K. 



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KESinr.NCE of Mks. .Tosk.i'h Mu-haupt. Hester Stki 
Nor WALK. 



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I'LAXK rtOAU. N'ORWAI.K TOWNSHIl'. 



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IlESIDENCES OF WlLUAM MlU.S, H. (,'. liATES AND D. CALHOUN, KaST 

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.Main street. Xorwalk. 






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Farm Uesidenck Of John Whitman, Townsend. 
One of the first fiirras settled in the township. 



XoRTH Pleasant sthket kkom Main Street, Norwalk. 



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Residence OF August Antk.vkn, sandi-sky St., Moxkoevu.le. 



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IIESIUENCE OF MRS. ALICE PERRV, RrUUE .STMJiT. MONMMr.X ILl.K. 






A View at the corner of Main and West Streets, Betxevue. 






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llESIDKNCE OF D. O. WOODWARD, BENEDICT AVENUE. XORWALK. 










IlESlDEXCE OF .\IRS. LUIY C. DkaN. TOWNSEXD TOWNSHIP, 
Center Road tjt'tweon Xoi-tt;vlk and Townsend. 



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Avenue. Norwalk. 

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TowNSEND Township. 



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Barns on Farm of Mrs. Axnik M. IIeaij. ox Xorwalk Uoad xeau Moxrhhx ili.e. 









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nESIDKXCE OF MRS. ( '. fcUE. .SotTH WEST 
STREET, BELI.EVUE. 



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N'OUWALK. 






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nESIDENCE OF <). W THOMAS, MAIN STREET, WaKEIIAN. 











Residence of John F. Handoi.i'u. 
On Old StrtU'Kiiad. hetw.-en Norwalk ami Milan, .■rt-.-tfil in 1<44. 







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IlESIDF.NCF OF llllNHV .MeVK.IIS, .ll! . .MfihNA KoAH. XoIJXV. 



ItKSIOENlF OF .1. W. I.FE. Kast Ij.AOrK ST1!H;FT. .Voh.vai.i 



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Business Rooms, F.ast Side of Ashland Street, New London. 



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The E. H. Kilburn Reside-nce, Collins. 



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Township. 



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Residence ofiMartin Conry. Northeast Part of Townsend 
tow.nship. 



Residence of A. M. Hhattie. Benedict .\vknue, N'orwalk. 



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I Kksipf.n'ce of a. \V. Rolnds, Townsend Road, Norwalic Townshh'. 



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Thk Philip Vi.nihr Rksidenck. 
Situated in the extreme northeastern part of Norwalk Township. 



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liESLDKNCE OF \V. K. FLESHElt. NEWTOX ST.. XOKWAI.I> 



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KESIDENCE of W'ELDlNii V.. S.MITH, IllDUE STKM;T, MO.NKOEVILI.E. 



KESniESCE of .\. McDON'ALI). Ol.D STATE ROAO 

Bronson Township. 



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Township. 



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Township. 



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Residence of Dr. f. L. Kreider, Monroe .Street, Monroevili.e. 



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NORTIIWliST COKNKR OF EaST MAIX AND MlI.AN STKEETS, NORUALK. 



The Marv A. Corwin Homestead, East Mais Street, Norwai.k. 









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A ViKvv AT Strong's Ridck. 
Showing the School Building and the Lyme Congregational Church. 









The Methodist Chirch. Nokualk, Being Erelti.d. 






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Residence of Perry Tillson. Xurwai.k TouNsiiir. 



The Old Deer Lick on Norwai.k Creek, Xear tiik Olh State Road. 






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The Old Stoni: Schooi. Hoisk in the East 
Part of Norwai.k Township. 







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ItESIDENCK OF G. K. WaSHBUHN, NEW LONDON. 



Residence.'* on Xorth Side of Buoadway. FLYMorxH. 



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RrSINESS El.OCK OF UOMAN X.IPKKL. KaST SIDE OF SOUTH 

Main Stkkk.t, Monkopa'ii.le. 









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IIKSIDENCE OF MRS. 1!. ('. .MaUSH. -'RlVKJiSIDE HEKiHTS." 
MONROEVIMJ:. 



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On I'oad between New London and Fitchville. 



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Residence of T. M. Eds all, South Lin wood avenue, Norwalk. 
















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Residence ok H. H. Snoddress. ox Medina Road. Townsexd 

Township. 

The frame of this buildinjj was that of what was known in an early day 

as ''Fowler's Inn," a stoppinfj place for teamsters with srrain enroute 

for Milan. 






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Residence oe w. m. i;hf. Lyme Township. 
Between Fitch's Corners and North Monroeville. 







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lESlDENCE OF K. H. KMF.KSci.V, Ol.t) I'LANK I'.OAU. NoHWALK 

Township. 
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Showing residences of Mr^. M. Lea and Elias Weiker. 



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Rksidenck ok Mrs. M. H. McC.^nn, i.n Nokthk.\3T Vakt 
OF RiDGEFiEi.i) Township. 



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Deacon Albert Brown and progeny from four generations 




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OF Norwai.k TouNsnip. 



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RiisiDENCE OF Fr.\nk HvMiir.K, Jr., Locathij in E.\sterx Part of 

NORWAI.K TllWXSKIP. 









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RlVKRBKXP, " ThK \Vm. T. ASHTON IIomI.STF.AD. PF.Rt TOWNSHIP. 
Two and ore-half miles ioutll of Monroeville. 















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An "Old Suimmin' Hole" on Norwalk Cref;k. 



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The Cvntiha I-rooley Residenck. Norw.vlk Township. 



The Residence of J. R. Sitton, Norwalk. 



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Residence of Anthony Fritz, STANDARDSiii'Kfj, Peru Township. 



Residence of John W. .\1vfj(s. East Main STUKb-T. Xohwai.k. 






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Residence of T. M. Wehb. Whittlhskv .\\ f., Norwvlk. 



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Residence of John VVillolghby, South M.^in Street, Chicago. 



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The U. S. Lavuin Rksidenck, in Nokwai.k TowxsHir. 



Residence of Wu.uiam Couch, I'i-.ari. Street, Chicago. 



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Wakeman Township. 









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Residence of Dr. C. \V. Hedrick, Myrtle Avenue, Chicago. 









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Residence of Rev. Ch.\s. C. Gam.imore, Corner of Lin^vvood Avenue 
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Residence of A. P. Finnkgan, Norwalk. 



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G, W. Manahan Residence, liiiNEDicT Avenue, Xorwauk. 



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Residence of J. H. Zcelch. Wooddink Street, Chic\i.o. 



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Residence oe T.J. JIcC.\GrE, Old State Road, Hronson Townshii'. 
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Residence of a. G. Dean, Wakeman Township. 



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Residence of II. Weysbrod, Spring Avenue, Chicago. 



Residence of W. H. Bishop, Eastern Part of Ridgefieid Township. 











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Residence of \V. II. Martin, Old St.vte Road, Nokwalk TouNsiiir. 



Premises of Rev. N. Schmitz. Monroeville. 
Useil by the Sisters of St. Fraucis as tlieir abode wbile teaching. 



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Residencb or I.kwis G. Bmrc.stuom, West JIain Stkeut, 

NORWAI.K. 




The High School liuiLniNii at Greenwich. 



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The Sprague Umbrella Company's Plant, Norwalk. 





Residence or Frank Bohitle, on Old State Road, 
Norwalk. 



Residence of John Backerstock, Hester Street. 
Norwalk. 



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Residence of J. M. Wray, Mvrti.e Avenue, Chicago. 













Residence ok Mrs. J. W. I'.\ramoke, Corner Monroe and Baker 
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Premises ok Capt. F. J. Levpork, Chic.\co. 



Home ok the Late Mrs. M. K. Kkki.er, North I'aikkiki.d. 



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Residence of G. W. Thompson, Pearl Street, Chicago. 










RESinENCK OP Ed. Kavmond, Spring AviiNiii, Chicago. 



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RKSIDHNCE OF )->HRAIM .\Ni.KI.L, WoOSTFR RllAI' 

Bronson Township. 



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Residence of B. C. Lewis, Dale Avenue, Chicago. 



Residence of Edwin Prentiss, Monroe Street, Monroevii.le. 



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The Residence of N. L. Gebhart, Summit Street, 

NORW.\LK. 



Public School Buildings in Cl.vrksfield Township. 



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PICTURESQUE -HUROri. 



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Residence of Dr. S. E. Simmons. Corner West Main and Newton 

Streets, Norwalk. 

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The J. D. Bradish Resiiiknce, on Cknter Road, Clarksfiklu 
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Residence of Christian Dentesfeld, Fulton Street, Monroeville. 




Store and Dwelling of Chas. Hipp, State Street, Norwalk. 



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: milliiifry store of Miss E. C. Rieil)' and property of Mrs. Arcs. 



Residence of Dr. T. F. Hii.dkkth, Corner K.vst Ma 
AND Old State Road. Xorwai.k. 






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Premises of John Dippel. in the Northeastern I'art 
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TowNSEND Township. 



Residence of John Mathies, Hester Street, Norwai.k. 



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Residence ok J. L. Pratt, Hronson Township, 
Near Olkna. 



Residence of Dr. I". Burt, State Street, Norwai.k. 



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A View in the Fields of the Ohio Celery Co., in Richmond Township. 



Residence of Mrs. F. W. Hev.man, Mo.nrokville. 









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Residencp; ok K. D. Wickes. Ashtabula Strekt, North P'airheld. 










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Rksidknce ok J. C. Wheeler, Spring Anenl'e, Chicago. 



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Residence ok \V. M. Hirst, Park Street, Chicago. 



Residence ok F. Smoots, Spring Avenue, Chicago. 



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Residence of W. D. I'ouxev. Baker Street, Monhoeviixe. 







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siPENCE OK W. R. Norton. SorTm;.\STERN 1'art ok Towns 
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Residence ok Chas. Roi-i.inrachkr, Old State Road. Nokwalk 
Township. 












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St. Paul's Catholic Ciurch, East Main Street, 

Nor WALK. 

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Residence of J. S. Tilto.n, Bronson To\v^.-,hip. 



Spring on Farji of C. A. Mead, Fairfield Road, Bronson Township. 





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Rksidknce of M. F. I'ettit, Corwin Street, Xorwalk. 



House and Barn on Premises of H. M. Squires, Towssend Township. 







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Resu'EXCE of J. H. Wkioht. Mai-le Striiut, Chicago. 



Meat Marki.t and Dwi-i.linc. of Chakles La.ni., I-ostkr .\vfnle. Xorwai.k. 



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Residence of E. T. Williams, West Main Street, Xorwalk. 







Residence of K. Barnhart. Eastern Part of Ridgefikld TouNSiiir. 




Rksioence of J. H. Skigler, Main Street, Cbic\go. 



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Residence ok Tiiom.as Gurlev, Bron.son Township. 



Residence ok Mrs. Sar.\h N. Newman, Woodl.uvx Avenue, Norw.vlk. 




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Residence ok John Klink, Colch Street, Chicago. 



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Residence of F. M. Mitchei.i,, Ridge Road, Uronson 
Township. 



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Fairfield Township. 
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Residence of A. C. Holcomb, in Eastern Part ok 
Clarksfield Township. 






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Residence of Henry Sandow, an Eaplv Skttler in the 
Southeast Part ot Nokwalk Township. 



Residence of L. A. Vail, Wooster Road, Bronson 

TOWNSHIP. 



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Residence of Mrs. H. .\. Sheldon. East Main Street, 

N'ORWALK. 



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Township. 



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Residence os- F. A. Tii.lini.hast, ICast Main Street, 

NORWALK. 



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Residence of A. \V. Elmks. Florence Road, Wakeman 
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Corner of Myrtle .Vyemf and Pfarl Street. CuiCAor 
Showing Business Room of J. \V. Miller. 




Residence ok E. A. Carpenter. Chirch Street, Chicago. 




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Rksidence oe Calvin Ticker, East Norwai.k 






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Residence oe A. U. Oblr, Emerald Street, Chicago. 



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Residence oe \V. M. Fanning, Monroeville, 



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Residence of Thkodori; Williams, C(irni:r oi' I'.ast Main \m> 
Prospect Streets, Norwalk. 



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Residence oi- J. \V. Foster, Corner West Main and Pleasant 
Streets, Norwalk. 



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Residence of A. D. Clapp, Benedict Avenue, N'orwalk Township. 




Residence of A. E. Hanvii.l, " Hanvill's Corners." Fairfield 
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Residence of V. P. Snvder, Park Street. Chicago. 






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Residence of Amos Rogkrs, Hickokv Street, Norwalk. 



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Residence of Coi.. J. It. Spragle, Ea.st JIain Street, 

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Residence of Henry Haas, Monrohvili.k. 



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September l.S'JJ, from W. & L. E. TSridce West Main Street. 



Residence of Jacob Sheely, Chirch Street, Chicago. 








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Residence of .Xaro.v .\iibee, Xorwalk Township. 



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Residence of J. N. Barnlm. Clarksfield. 




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Residence of E. D. Lewis, String Avenl e. Chicago. 







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Residence of Roin:RT Gii.eiwav. Woodland Avenie, Chic.\c.o. 



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NORWAtK. 



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TO«-NSHIP. 

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Townsend Township 



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The G. H. JIiller Residence. Corner of Park and 
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Residence ok Mrs. C.J. IIamsher, JIvrtue Ave., Chic.\c.o. 



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AND Park Strkkt, Chicago. 





Residence ok G. J. Beelman, Main Street, Chic.\oo. 



RESiDt;NCE ok James Trixell. Northern Tart of Fairfield 
Township. 



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Residence of \Vm. Topping, Woodi.aws .\\ k . Norwalk". 



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Residence of F. T. White, Woodland Avence, Chicago. 



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Rhsiuknci; oi- John Brown. Spring .\ve.nvk, Chicago. 



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Rhsidence of Philkna Sweet, Kactz Street, Chicago. 






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Plymouth. 



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Rrsidence of James Park, Corner of Church and Mapi.e 
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Residence of \V. a. Ranc. Woodland A\ knie, Chicaoo. 




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Residence of J. Randai.i., Plymouth Street, Plymouth. 



Residence of Willum .\. Ciironister, Park Street, Chicago. 



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Ri-SUJENCE OF John (".ariunkr Jr , West Mai.n Street. Norwalk. 



Residence oi- H. M Parker, Plymouth Street, Plymouth. 



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Residence of Mrs. .^umira Milks, Medina Road, Toun'srnd 
Township. 



Residence oi- Mrs. Sarah Newto.n. Eastkrn Part oi Fairfield 
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The Teat ^; I'aukur Greenholsks, Nokualk 



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Residence 01 I'Hii.ir Suimmuk, Fairheld Township. 



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Residence of P. T. Light, Trux Street, Plymouth. 



Residence of Tkeodokk SsvnKR, Mllberrv Street, Plvmoith. 






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Residence of Chas. Waite. West Kroadway. Plymouth. 



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Rksidknce of Gardner Young, Ridge Street, Monroeville. 



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Residence ok A. S. I'rkntiss, West Seminary Street, Norwalk. 



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RESH)ENCE of DR \V. C. 1-KR\ KR, n.KASANT STREET. WaKEMAN. 



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Residence of M. M. Cakr, Pearl Street. Chii.ai. 



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Residence of Thomas Mallov. Washington Street. Chicago. 



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Residence of E. Kochexderfkr, Puvmouth Street, Plymouth. 







Residence of \V. H. Brown, One and One-halv Mile West oi- 
Plymouth. 















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Residence of Lewis D. Sayace, Spring Ayenve. Chicago. 







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Residence of Fr.^nk Howard, High Street, Ply.moith. 



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Residence ok William XIcClixchkv. Portner St , Plvmoi th. 






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Residence of Rkv. C. V. Chevraix, Milan Street, Norwalk 








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Ri:sii)ENCK oi- .\. Kirkpatrick. Plymouth Street, Plymouth. 



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A View on Huron River, Nkar Monroeville. 



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The Olh JIf.thodist Episcopal Chirch. Xorualk. 

Dedicated in 18-JO; in Isii;! was torn down K'^'^'K place 

to the Hoyt S: Jackson Imildiiii; corner of West 

Maiu street and Beredict avenue. 




The R. R. Kino Rksiuhnce. Hast Main St . Nokwalk. 






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The George Smith Resipknck, Center Road. 
Ci..\RKSFiET.D Township. 



A View at Steiben. 






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Residencr of Met.vin Suttom, New Havkn Township. 
Fornierlj- the Mulforil Hou;esteail on Greeuwich Road. 



The Mary .\. Smith REsuiKNCh. Wkst Broadway St., Plviiouth. 



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New Hayen Township. 










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Residence ok D.wid Trixell, Delphi, Ripley Township. 



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Residence of F. H. Long, New IIavh.v, 











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Residence of W. H. Hhi.ff.r, Near I'lvmoith on County 
Line Road. 






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A View on the Huron River Near Plvmoith. 










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Residence of E. M. Patterson. Nkar Plvmotth on Shiloii Road. 



Residence of David Lvon, Near Pi.vmouth, New Haven Township. 



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Residencf, of Louis F. Simmons, Peru Thwnsuii. 



Residence ok J. W. Crooks, Cohskr of Woodland Aveme anh 
Church Streht, Chicago. 



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R ESI PENCE OF R. \V. Clark-. Spring .\\ enie, Chica<-.o. 



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Residence of D. F. Irwin, West Broadway, Plvmoith. 






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PLYMOfTH. 



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RKSIDENCK of E. D. MtCxNDLKSS. Sl'RlNl-, AVHNIK, CHICAGO. 



Residence of Mrs. ("t. Crooks. Chicago. 



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Residence of E. Skinner, New Haven. 



Residence of D. Wvandt. Sanpiskv Street, ri.vMouTH. 






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Site of the old Presbyterian Church iu the foreground. 










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Residence ok I,. It. Gt NSAuiLrs, Corner oi Park Street 
AM) West Broadway, Plymouth. 










Residence of D. Kirkpatrick, Mills .\venie, Plvmolth. 



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Residence of George \V. Hatch, ox County Link Roau. 
One and one-half mile west of PlvmoutlL 




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Residence of H. Bachrach, Trix Street, Plymouth, 












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PLY-MOLIH. 




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Formerly the home of H. Patterson. 



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Residence of A. D. Ober, EMF.RALn Avf.ni'E, Chicac.o. 















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Residence or J. II. .McLalghi.i.n, West Bkoadwav, Tlvmolth. 



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Three miles northeast of Plvniouth. 










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Residence oe Cms. H. Sii.i.iman, Ripi.ev Township. 
Former home of 6. Sillim.in, three miles northeast of I'lviiiouth. 












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Residence of \Vm Dick, Tri'.x Street, I'LVMOiTri. 



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Residknck oi-' Marcl's Bistline, Trl'x Stref.t, Flvmouth. 



Residence oi- W. L. Smith. New Haves Township. 





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Reside.nce of Miss Sarah A. C.arrisov. Tklx Street, Plymouth. 



Residence of T. I). Waite, S.iNnisKV Street, Plvmoi th. 



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Formerly the Duliois Prcperly." 



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RHSIDENCE ok \V. H. MlTCHKUL. RiDO.K STREET, IIONKOEVILLE. 

Erected as a joiners shop aiul so used lor ten years; transfonued into a school tiouse 

and tlius used a like period. Remodeled into a residence about thirty years ago 

by the late Thos. Prentiss, and extensively improved by its present owner. 






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Once used as a tc»wn hall. 



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Resiui:.nch of \Vii.lia.m Pf;at. Uarpex Street, 
Norwalk. 



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Residence of M. E. Lynn, Dale Avenue. Chicaco. 







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STKUETS, .MoM(nK\ II.I.E. 



Residence oe F. I. /.ihi.cii. Woouiiine Street, Chicaco. 






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Residence of C L. Otterbachkr, Seminary Street. Greenwich. 







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The Hc^sler Block, East Main Street, Greenwich. 




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Residence of A. K. Stoit, Tiltdn Street, Greenwich. 



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Residence of M. Rogers. Tkix Street. Plvmoith. 













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Group of Hop Pickers at Hop Yards of Geo. \V. Hatch, Plvmoith. 
Located oue-lialf mile west of towu on county line. 




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The J. .\. Moore Rkshii.nck, West Broadway, Plv.moith. 



Residence of John Waite. Plymolih. 



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The Carrik A. Tannt-;r Rksidence, West Main St., Greenwich. 







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Residence of R. S. Jknney, Union Street, Greenwich. 



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Sales Stables of C. .\. Sattison, Solth High Street, Greenwich. 



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Township. 



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Residence of F. L. Warp, Greenwich, 



Residence 01 .Almond Hein, Lnion Street, Greenwich. 



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Residfnce of S. G. Carpknter, Market Street, Greenwich. 



RESI0R.NCE OF Dr. a. EwING, OREENUItH 



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The Mrs. F. J. Terrv Resihence, West Main St., r.REENwicii. 



Residence of J. T. Morris, East Main Street, Greenwich. 






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Residench or D. E. Clark, Two JIiles West of Pi.vmouth, on Cointy Line. 




R-'SIDKNCH AND MEAT JIaRKET OF ISRAEL BaCIIRACH, EaST SfDE 

Pi'BLic Sai'ARE, Plymouth. 




Post Office and Drit. Store of L. S. Hkller. 
New Haven. 



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THK S. II OlDVKK RKSrDFNCE A.ND KaFM rtlLniM.S. TwO MiLKS SOITII OF I'LVMOITH. 



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Residence of L. S. Helueb, New Haven. 



I. O. O. F. Haul, and Generai, Store of F. H. Long, New Haven. 



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Residenck of Dr. \V. J. Richards, West Main Street, Grkenwhjii. 



Residfnce of H. W MiLi.KR. Railroad Street, Greenwich. 




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The Marv B. Mead Residence, Uniok Street, Greenwich. 




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Sales Stables of N. S. Andrews, Railroad Street, Greenwich. 



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Rksidence of D. I. Brady. Railroad Strkkt, Gri exwich. 



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Residence oe J. Bli.l, Towxsf.kd Street, C.reenwich 



The Chas. M. Wac.conek Residexce. Towxsexd Street. 
Greexwiuh. 







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The Mrs. M. M. Birokss Residexck. East Main Street, 

("tREENWICH. 



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Residence of Miss Sui; C. Simmon-s, Broad Street, Moxroeville. 



The Jacob Feit REStDiiNCE, Prospect Strekt, MoNRor.viLLt. 



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Residence of Frank Williams, Towxsend Street, Greenwich. 



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Residenxe of John S. Phillips. West Main Street. Greenwich. 










Residence of \V. S. Chamberlain, West Main Street, Greenwich. 




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Residence of D. Dins, Greenwich. 







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Resipence ok JaniES -McGraw, Iniun Street, Greenwich. 



Residence of R. K. Griswold, West Main Street, Greenwich. 



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PICTURESQUE HURON. 




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Residence of Samlel Stovt, Central Avenue, 
Chicago. 










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Saw Mill op G. W. Chaefee. Hartlasd Center. 














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Residence ok J. A. Jkkfkrson. Nortiiwesterk Part 
of Townsend Township. 



The Sorghum, Cipfr and Saw Mill of E. KocHHNDERFtR, Shelbv Road. 
Near Plvmouth. 











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Residence of Josi I'H IIinklkv. i:\st I'art of 
Fairfield Township. 












Rhsidknck of John Rmea. Trix Street, Plymouth. 
Said to be one of the oldest buildinys in the town. 



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PICTURESQUE ^^URON. 



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Saint Joseph's Catuolic Church, Trix Street, Plymouth. 



Residence of Jacob Weck, Trux Street, Puymocth. 



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Residence of William Hankammkr. Bakhr Strhkt, Monroeville 




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Residence and Stables of C. A. Sattison. Soith High Street. 
Greenwich. 



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Residence of .\ W. IU rcii, C.bi fnwich. 



Residlnck of C. E. Kniffin. Greenwich. 



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PICTURESQUE -HURON. 



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Rksidence of Frank Sitterlv, Soith JIill St., Greenwich 



Residence of T. J. Jaikson. West Main Street. Greenwich. 



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Residence ok Danihl Knifun, Greenwich. 



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Residence of C. R. Barker, Union Street, Greenwich. 



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The Cai'T. A. Nm-,ci;]:R Risidencf. Grfenukh. 



Resihenci; of C. K. Barbi.r. R*ilroad Street. Gru^nwich. 



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Residknce of \V. S. Andrkws, Grkknwich. 



Residence of Alkx. Gkarv, East >Iun Street, Greenwich. 




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Residenxe of C. a. McCl-llow, Greexuich. 



Residenxe of James Hopkins. Seminary Street. Greenwich. 











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Hksidence of William Ui^krows. Center Street, Greknwich. 



Rksidencl of B. E Low, Vxius Street. Grf.enw ich. 



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PICTURESQUE HURON 







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Residenck ok Sol. Spear, Mi i.bkrrv Street, Plvmouth. 



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Residence of S. L. Ahhott, SAsni'SKV Street, rLVMOiTit, 




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Farm Residence of Mart. Bistline. 
West of rivmoutli on Courty Line Road. 






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Resipence oi- I'kank C. BuRHKKrcK, Mills Street, I'lvmoi tii. 



Residence ok \V. B. Ci-vkenpall. Soi-th Side ok Piblic 
Sl^LARE, Plymoith. 



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Residence of S. F. Reed, One-half Mile East of New Haven on 
Greenwich Road. 





Residence of J. A McJ.aighlix, Riplkv Township. 
Erccteil ill IS-iO. 



Residence of J. C. Leak. Ripley Township. Near 
BOLGHTONviLLK. Erected in l.-*-'*. 










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Residence of A. D. Stotts, noic.HTONViLLE, Uipley 
Touxsiiip. 



Residence of G. \V. Hanvill, Boic.htoxvillk. Riplf.y Townshit 



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Rksidence of Robert VanVranken. 
Situated in the Soutliwestern part of New Lonilon Township. 







Residence ok G. \V. Snapp, Towksend Street, Greenwich 






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Winter Scene at the Poultrv Farm of Charles McClave, New London 







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Residence of ^^ B. Sp^ilding. Rochester Street. New London. 



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RESIDKNCK of a. L. BRESEMAN, BOLGHTONVII.I.E. 



RESIDENCE OF C. K. ROGERS, RlPI.EV TOWNSHIP. 



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OF J. F;. Ooi.iiisG. Riri.KV Township. 




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RESinKNCE OF F. G. Fenton 



RIPI.KV T. •UNSHIP 



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PICTURESQUE fiURON. 











The I). S. Wasiiiiirn RF.stDENCF. RiPi.HV Township. 
Erected in l.'<4.'i. 




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RESIDK.NCt- OF G. \V. VaNSCOV. SITUATED NEAR THE HCRON' AND 

Richland County Line 






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Residence of F,. S. Betx. Rip:.ev Township. 



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Residence of A. D. Jennev, Greenwich To»"xship. 



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RKSIPKNtK OK (V W. KiNSKT.. r.RHKNWICH TOWNSHIP. 



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Residence ok Mrs. Amy Si:ttox, Gkeenwich Township, 



Residence of Samuel E. Peck, Ripley Township. Erected in 1862. 








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Residence ok Michael Crottv, Townsend Street, ryRKENwicH. 



Residence of \V. \V. Willis. West Main Street, Greenwich. 






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The Mrs. G I'. Atwater Residence, Greenwich Township. Krecteil in 1>J0. 




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Residinch ok W. O M»vnard Greenwich Township. 










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East Main Street. Greenwich— Looking East. 






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The Mrs. E. A. Birgess Residence. Greenwich Township. 








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Residence ok A. Hiefman, Riplev Township. 



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PICTURESQUE -HURON. 



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Residenck of James G. Cowie, Greenwich Township. 







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HESIDF.XCh OK 11. \V. Sl'TTOV 

In Northern Part of Greenwic:i Township. Erected in 1W8. 






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Residence ok A. E. Steavrns, Ripi.ev Tounshit. 











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REStnKNCE OE John Strimpi.e. Grkf.nwicii Township. 



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Residence of Sol. McCui.i.oigh, Ripi.ky Township. Erected in l.TO. 



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Residenck of ^Irs. Eleanor Brow-n, Greenwich Township. 
Erected in 1^40. 



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Residenck of G. F. Rhoads. Greenwich Township. 



Residence op J. A. Kavcher, Greenwich Township. 



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The L. p. Sisson Rksidkxce, 
Situated ic the Northwestern part of Greenwich Township. 





The Ambrose Fraver Residence, West Main Street, Greenwich 




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Residence ok J. S. Berry. Greenwich. 



Residence ok Wai.cott S. Hark, Greenwich Township. Krecied in 18.'i.5. 



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Residence of Henkv Freeman. Fitchvii.i.e. Krected in l.sjs. 







Residence of J. W. Lapp, High Street, New London. 



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PICTURESQUE +iURON. 










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Residence of A. I). Willis, West Main Strket, Gpef.nwich. 









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Residence of Benton Davis, Ripley Township. 



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Residence ok 1'rank W. Benedict. 
Situated nc.ir the .\slil.iii<l County Line. 



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Residence of O. U. Thomas 

In t)ie Northern P.-irt of Greenwich Township. 



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Residence of Diwioht M. Barsk, Riplev Township. 




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KKSIPKNtE OF SiDN'l-V hl.I.lS, 

Situated Near the Kicl-.laud Coutitv Liue. 




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Residence of O. D. Bzvbidoe, Greenwich. 






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Residence of JI. G. Yoi ng, Greenwich Township Erected in IS">0. 








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Rksidence of ^Irs. Mvra J. Paine and the Late I". C Paine. 
IJiiil-l.'*'.'!, AT Riplevtille, Riplf.y Township. 



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PICTURESQUE ^^URON. 





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Residence of '. W. Hole, Ripley Township. 



Residence of H. W. Barker, Riple^' Township. 



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The Methodist Episcop.al Church .\t Delphi. 




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Residence of Mrs. Eda C. Miixer, Riplev Township. 




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Residence oi' John W.Walton, Riplkv Township. Erected in ISi;-.'. 



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Residence Owned bv W. S. Barr, Green"wich. 



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Resipknce of W S. Jimp, WoonnivF. Strf.kt, Chicago 



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Residence of F. A. Richards, Emfrai.d Avknik. CuiCic-.r 



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Residence of John A. Frost, TaTOS Street, Greexwich. 



Residknce of Dr. W. McXIillex, Greenwich. 




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Residknce of Du. J. M. 1'ACKi.i r. Sxnitskn Strki.t Ilv.moi tii. 



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Residenck of J. W. Pettit, nrar RiPLUYvrtr.E, RiruEY Township. 




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The B. & O. Rah.wav Depot at Bouohtosvii.le. 



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Resfdence of D. K. Lamoreaux, Greenwich. 



Residence of G. C. Ma\-nard, Ripley Township. Erected in lii'.-l. 







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Residence ok William O. Griphy, Ripli:y Township. 



Residence of .M .\ I'almer. Riplf.y Township 



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Rksidence of Calvkrt G. Grekx. Fitchviu.e. 
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The O. D. Bkll Residence. Greenwich Township. 







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Uksidknce of D.wid .\nd M.arv Baker, RiPLf:v Township. Erected in 1S50. 



Residence of C. H Rookrs. Riplev Touxship. 











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The E. Cr.mc. Resiuhncr. Ripi.ev Township. Erected in 1S4S. 



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Residence oi' John Monteith. 
One of the oldest houses in I'lvnioulh. 





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Residenite of R.J. Jackson, Tklx i^TRKKT. PLVijr 










Residence of A. A. G.\tes, Rtpley Township. 



The Riley Grikfin Rfsidknce, Touxsenp Street. Greexwxh. 










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Resiufnck of .\mos I,.\I)o\v, on Colnty Line Road, Two 
lIiLKS West of I'lymoith. 



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Residence of Mrs. J. H. Ai.ex.^ndkr, Rvrk Street, Plv.moith. 



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Residknce ok JIrs. JIagcie Cok CLARf:, High Strekt, Plymohth. 



Residenxe of \\. H. AND CORBIE E. Hawkins. Rim.ev Township 
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Residence ok William W. Hotkins. tiREicNwicii Township 



Rksidence of F. CtAwsos, Center Street. Greenw.h. 



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Butler Road, New London Towusliip. Krected in 18W. 



Rksidhnce of a. p. Prikst. High Street. Neu London. 



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Residence ok Chas Whitworth, ^L\PI,E Street, New London-. 



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Residence of M. Motter. Rochester Street. New London. 






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Residence of J. M. Bliss Rochester Street. New London. 







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Residence of Benj.\min B. Mead. .Ashland Street New London. 



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Erected about l.s4'l. 









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New London. 







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RKSinENCK OF R. Barrf.tt, Nf.w Lon'don Township. Erected in ISoO. 



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RKSIIIKNCK of II. I). KnoUI.ThN. 

Filchville Road, New London Tuwnsliip. 



Rksidence of ^L R. Coi.emam, Nhw London Township. 
Erected in 18!'-i. 



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The William Mackey Residenck, R'jLiihSTKK Street New London 













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Vriends" CHI'RCH. 

Southeastern Part of Fitchville Townsliij^. 
Erected in about IS-iS. 






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Ashlanil Road, New Louilon Township. 






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On New London Road, Fitchville Township. Erected in ISiiO. 







Residence of D. Griffin, Fitchvii.i.e Tow.nshii*. Erected in MT 








The Old Curtiss Store Building and Resipence. at Fitchviixe. 
Now the Property of M. A. Hunter. 
























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Southeastern Part of Fitchville Town',liip. 



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Northern Part of Fitchville To«t:>h:p 



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RKSIDENCt OF A. C. POHUMAN, NEW LONDON. 












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Residence of E. G. Dav, Rochester Street. New London. 







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Reside.n-ce of I)r a. H. Collins. New London Township. 
Erected in I8G11. 



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Residence of Andrew Snyder, New London Township. 
Erected in 18-tO. 




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Residence of T. M. Knapp. Walnit Street, New London. 



Residence of Enoch Torteh, Ashland Street. New London 






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Residenxe ok SinNF.Y \Vei!R. Wasimurn Street. New London. 



Residence of -Mrs. Henry Knowlton, Ashland Street. New Loni'OS 
Erected in 18f!7. 





The Oldest House in New London. 
Situated on Rochester Street Was Erected in 1830. 



Residence of C. A. Urigham, Hooker Street. New Lokdon. 










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Residence of William H. Cooke. Thiru Avenie. New London. 



Re.sidence of R. E. McCormick. Jamks Street. New London 



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kESinENCE OF Bknjamin Ffssknden. 
Southern Part of FairfieM Township. 






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Reside.nck of \. C. P.\I.MER. FlTCHVII.r.F. TOWNSHIP. Erecte.i 111 I^Jli. 













Thf. ArnisT.\ Ai.i.isn.v Ri-.sidknck, FiTLin ii.i.k Towxshi 







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Oil Count} Line Road in Southern Part of New London Township. 



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Rksidenc.f. of Lyman VanSicki.f., High Strf.et, New London. 



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Resipenck of llvRviN RicK, Chrksfiei.i> Township. 
Kreiteil in 1.'^.54. 



Residence of G. T. Bric.os. 
Eastern Part of New London Township. 



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Rhsidknce ok Chhster F. asd Emma L. Drakr, Nf.w London 



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RicsrDENCK OK I'. B. HowEi.L. High Street. New London 






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Residence ok D. W. Smith, Third Street, New London. 










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Residknce of N. D. Welsh, Ripley Township. Erected in lSo6. 



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"Fairvieav," The Residence of E. ^I. Jitne, Oref.suich Township. 



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Residence of D. T. B.\re, Greenwich Township. 




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Southeastern Part of Ripley Township. 



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Residence of A. S. Hinkley, Rochestkk Street, New London. 








Residence of V.J. King. Clarksfield Street, New London. 




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Residence of John Hiorlow. New London. 




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Resipenck oh J. \\. Fmnt, Clabkskikld Street, New London. 



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Residence of Ij:rov Thomi'son. Third Strkkt, New London. 



Residence ok H. H. Jdstice, New London Township 







The Residence of W. \V. Ketciu m, 
Butler Road, New London Township. Erected in 1S60. 




Residence of D. D. Golden, Walni t Street. New Londo.n 








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Residence of E. Chapin, New London Township. PZrectcd in IS' 



Residenck of K C. Hotchkiss, Hu.h Street. New London. 



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Rksidence ok D. W. Willis. Gkeenuicii Township. 




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Butler Road, New London Township. Erected in 185f.. 



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RiisiDENCK OP Jos. T. Lazeix, KiTCHVilXE. Erected in ISis. 
Was the Third Frame Dwelling Erected in the Township. 












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Residenck of D. F. Hofstatter. 
New London Tnwrsliip. Erected in 1S6U. 




Residence of J. N. Mattoon. Ci.arksfield Street. New London. 



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The J. A. TOWNSKNI) HOMKSTKAn. HARTI.A.Sn TOWNSHIf. 



Resiukncf of Conrad Li'cal. Hirti.and Township. 




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Rksihence of Isaac Roinds, Harti.and Township. 












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Residf.nce of Jacob Roixds, Harti..\>u Township. 




The. John C. K vnsdm Re>iiience. Hartuand Township. 




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Soutlicai-terii Pari of Hattlaiui Township. 



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RESiiJtNCE OF Mrs. Wkltha \V. Warii, Kitciuili.e. 



Resiornce of F. Parrott. 
Southeastern Port of Fitcliville Township. 



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Thk H. a. Van Ei-p.s Impkfmknt IUilding, New Lonhon. 






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Residence of Andrew Stackhoise. 
Situated in Southeastern Part of Fairfiehl Townsliip. Krected in ■i.''."> 









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Butler Rn.id, New Loiiiloi. Towiiship. 



Residence ok O. P. and Betsey .\. Post 
New London Township. Krected in 188-'». 



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Rf.sidf.ncp: of P.. I". Watros, Wai.vit Strkkt, N'kw London, 
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RESIDENCK of J. A. TtRNER. ROCHESTER STREET, NEW LONDON 









Residence of Wii.i.iam C. Brown, New London TowNsiiir. 
Erected in 1S50. 



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Rf.SIDENCE ok W. F. IIlKFMAN, RlPI.KY ToWNSHU'. 



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Rksidence of Ira S. BaRRE, Greenwich. 





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Residence ok Frank B. Plough, Greenwich. 



Residence ok E. Linton W.^shbirn, Riplkv Town.ship. 












Hay \V.\re-Hoisk ok J. Ci.Ei,.\Nr), Greenwich. 



RE.SIDKNCE OF G. W. EiAis, RlPiEV TOWNSHIP. Erected in IMii. 



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Residence oi- Jami.s Scank, Riit.kv Township. 



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Rksiuenck of H. D St. John. 
Southwestern I'art of Fitcliville Township. 




A View of the Apiarv Condictki) bv II. D. St John 
Fitchville Townsliip. 



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Rksidi:nce Of Cii;o. W. Ci.i.ni;. Rulkv Tow.Nsiiir. 




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RESIOENCE of C. .\ SlTTON, GREhNWICH ToWNSHIP. 



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Rksihenck of Amiikosk Kktchim. 
Butler Ro:ul, New I.omioii Tmviisliip. Erected in V'oi. 



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R;-.<IDENCK UVVNKD BY A. A. BARRETT. 

Comer of South Main and Third Streets. New Loudon. 









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Residence of William K Jewett, Ni \v Loni>on Townshii". 











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Resihence of R. .V. McDonalii, Coitant stkekt. Greenwich. 



RESIDENCK of H. II. COOKINGHAM. Hu'.H STREET, NEW LONDO.N. 

Erected iu 1>77. 



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Residenck oi- Ambrose and Llcv .\. Fkayfr, Ripley Township 

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Reside.nce of D. W. Baldwin. 










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Residence of L. A. Carpkntfr. Market Sirfict, Greenwich. 



Residence of John r^\ pal, Riplev Township. Erected in 1*7" 



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Residence ok William Parker, Sim.mit Street, Norwai.k. 




The C. \V. Anderson Barns and Stadi.es. 
West Main Street, Norwalk. 



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Situated on Lot 4, Section 2, Ripley Township. Erected in 1^2. 




Residence of L. J. .\sd M. B (".iFFOKn. 
Northeastern Part of I'ltchville Towiislr.p. 



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'ME.4DOW 1UI.E," THE RESIDENCE OF P. L. JI.ASON. 

Greenwich Township. Erected in l!<.3S. 



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Rksidence of Chas. McClave. 
On Ashland Road, South of New London. 



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Corner Rochester and Railroad Streets, New London. 



Grkfn-IIoishs A.NTi DwEr.i.iN'G OF W. D. Chase & Sun, New LoNnoN. 
















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RESini-NCE OF Gkoroe and Sarah IUsski.l 
On Clarkffield Ro.id, New Lon<ion Township 



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West Main Street. Norualk. 






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Whitllesev .\vemic, Norwalk. 




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RHSinHNCE OF L. A. Wkst. SotTH Carphx Strket. Norwai.k 



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Erected in l»4il. 



RESioENcn OF Mrs. O. A. Van Horn. Soi th Main Strkkt, Nkw London*. [ 









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Residence of Daniei, Bracv. 
Butler Road, New London Towiisliip. Erected in 1S60. 




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Residence of J. \V. Moiiler, High Street, NewJI.onpon. 




















Residence of R. H. Brexexstil. 
Corner of James and William Streets, New London. 



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On Center Road F.ast of New London, New London Township. Erected in lS."i4 




Residence of L. L. Brlnd.«".h. 
Situaterl in Eastern Part of New London Township. 




Residence ok H. C. Mjckky. 
Kitchville Township. Erected in isiiti. 




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Residence of Preston Palmer. 
Fitchville Township. Erected in ls:ii 




Resii>ence of C. E. RissFLi.. 
New L'lnilon Townsliip. Erected in IS.jii. 










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Situated South nf New Loiulon. Ne.ir .\shlanil County Line 



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Soutluvestern Part of Hartlan.1 Township. 









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Soulhe;isterii Part of Norwalk Township. 



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Rfsiukxck of John Bedf.ix, Hartland Township. 







Resh'Knck ok Miss M. J. Vnsiii R'.ic. Amii.axh Strkkt. Nkw I.oxikix. 
Formerly Uie Home of .Mrs. M. U. IMiillips. 



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Residence of William Pkrrin. Townsenp .\vksie. Ncrwalk 




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Near Ripley Township anil Richland County Line. 












Residence of J. R Carpf.nter. Fitchvii.i.k Street. New I.oM'OS 







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The William and M.J. Ronixsox Store, Delphi, Riplev Township. 



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Northern Part of Fairtield Townsliip. 









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Residexck oi- W. H. Smith. 
Southwestern Part of Bronson Township. 



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On Riiijic R...T1 Between Norwalk and Jli.nroevillc 




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On Riilge Road Between N'onralk and Monroeville 



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Residence of R. S. Giles. Fitchville Street, Nfw London 



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Residknch of Michafi. S.mith, Harti.anp TinvNsiiiF. 



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RESiriKNXK OK A. A. VroMAN, rAIRFIEl.ri TowxsHir. 






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Southern Part of Fairfield Township. 









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Resii'Knce ok Wn.niR V. HovT. Fairkiki.h TowNsmr. 



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Residence of \V. n. Hovt. N'ortherx Part of Rir>oEFiELi> TowxsHii-. 






Rfsidench of G. D. Sii.i.im vn, Sol thwestfrn Part of I-AiRFiFi.n Township. 










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Corner of State aii.l League Streets. Xorwalk. 



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Northern Tart of Sherman Township. 



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RESIDENCE OF James Roisertson. 
Butler Road, New London Township. 




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Northern Part of New Lomlon Township. 



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Residence oe Mrs. Sar^h .^. r.isiiop. Norwich Townshii". Near 1Iavas.< 




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BIOGRAPHIES OF PERSONS WHOSE PORTRAITS ARE ON 
THE PRECEDING PAGE. 



MVRON KKl'.CKIvXRIDCi;. 

Myron r.rcckeiiriil-c uns liorii I),ei.-iiilier H, 17!i.'> ;it Cliarlotte. Cliit- 
tetulcii county, \'l. Ilr moved to Ohio in fall of l.-<:!i;, cnniins l>y wa;^on, 
bringini^ witli liini liis family, and settled in I'eru, Huron county, where 
he lived for twenty years. Afterwards he lived on a farm near Plymouth, 
Richland county, for three years. For six years lie was in bu.sine.ss with 
his son I'xiward P. at Richmond. Ind. Tlien he moved to Xorwalk 
where he remained until lie died, h\1iruar\- li. ISS", at the advanced age 
of HI vears. Tie was an honest, consistent christian man, an active 
member of the Methodist ICpiscoprd church for more 111 lu 7u years, and 
commanded the respect of every community in which he lived. 

MRS. ALMIRA M. liRIiCKICNRIDGK. 
Mrs. Almira Morton Breckeniidge. wife of Myron Breckenridije, 
was born at Middlebury, Vennont, January 1-, ISOS, and married June 7, 
1H81. She shared with her husband the privations and hardships of 
pioneer life, and is tlie mother of ei^ht children, all living. vSlie is now 
living with Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Ciiay, at Xorwalk, Mrs. Gray being 
her voungest daughter. She is in the enjoyment of good health, and at 
the advanced age, 87, is a charming old lady, beloved by all who know 
her. 

HON. HKNRV C. HRIiCKKNRIDGlC. 
Henry Clay Breckenridge was born April 14, lSo2, at Charlotte, Vt , 
a son of Myron and Almira Krtckeiiridge. He came with the family to 
Ohio, at the age of four years. He carried on the hardware business at 
Plvmouth, for some time, and was also a member of the firm of H. C. 
and \V. C. Breckenridge, of Norwalk. He was elected by the repid)licans 
as representative for Huron county, in the general assembl\'. for the term 
of 1X72-74. Ilis present home is in Toledo. O., where he is engaged in 
a large manufactory. 

ABRAM I). JKNN'KV. 
Abrani U. Jenncy wa.s born at Acushnet, near Fairliaven, Mass., 
May lO, 1S13, the son of John and Catharine Jenney. At an early age 
he came with the family to Scipio, in the western part of New York, and 
from there to Greeiwvich township, Huron county, in 18-24. He is the 
youngest of ten children, four of whom were boys. His brothers were 
Benjamin, ()be<liah and Mordecai. all of whom became well known in the 
vicinity where they resided. Obediah was for a long time a resident of 
Norwalk. Abram and Benjamin lived in Greenwich, where they have 
been leading nienibeis of the Krieiids church, and inflneutial and highly 
respected citizens. In 1S41 Abram married Sally A., daughter of Henry 
Griffin, of Fitchville township. Her death occurred in 1811-3. 

HON. H. I,. STKWART. 

Harlon L. Stewart was born in Norvvalk, C, Dec. 12, ISlJl, the son 
of Hon. G. T. Stewart. Harlon received his early education in the public 
schools of the city, anil later at the Ohio State University. In ls,><i2, he 
entered the newspaper. business, first pnblisliing the Daily News, and after- 
wards the IC.xperiment-News. He was nominated, by the democrats, for 
their candidate for Congress in IX'.HI, Imt as the district was republican he 
was defeated. In IS'.H, he was elected as State Senator, and was the 
youngest member of the l)ody. He was nominated lor reelection in IS'.i;;, 
but was defeated. He devotes his time to his pnbli.-^hiiig business. He 
married Ora, daughter of W. L. and Rosaltha G. (Boslwick) Parker, of 
Norwalk. 



RTF US SHHLDON. 

Rufus Sheldon was born in Oneida county. N. V.. February S. |sii!i 
He was a son of Rnfus and Joanna Sheldon. In 1^24 the famih came tii 
Greenwich township and settled upon a farm near the "Center." Wli, ni 
Rnfus grew up, he purcha.se<l the farm, and made his home upon it. In, 
IS-il) he married Mary Griffin, daughter of Henry and Flizabeth GrilTi;!.; 
who had moved to Fitchville township, from Greene county. New York, 
in lx:l:J. Rufus and .Mary had six children, aniong whom are Albeit. 
l)reseut auditorof Huron county ; ICli/.abeth, wife of J. F. I.aiiing: H. G., a 
leading attorney, of Delaware. Ohio; and R. N., a jdiysician residing at 
Kelly's Island, O. Rulus Sheldon was justice of the peace for manv 
years, and for twelve years, before a railroad was built through ( ".reenwitli. 
kept at his house, the post office, on the stage line from Wooster to Nor- 
walk. 

He resided upon the old homestead until 1872, when he moved to 
New London, and from there to Fitchville in 18~:I. His death occurri d 
January 1, 1X7-J. He was a leading citizen, a christian gentleman, and 
his demise was mourned by a large circle of friends and relatives. 

HON. i)A\ii) H. ri;i:d. 

David H. Reed, M. I)., was born in Greenwicii township. Huron 
county, January -H. 1S82. He t.-'ught school, and studied meiiicine. until 
185'), when he begin practice at North Fairfield: where lie has since re- 
sided, and followed his profession. In iMi:) he was commissioned caji- 
tain and organized the militia of the southern district of Huron coniitv 
He was elected colonel of the Tiiird reginiei.t, and .served until the or 
gauization was disbanded. In lX!l-'> he was elected by the Repubiictins o! 
the county as Representative, and was re-elected in ls;)."i. He i-. emincnl 
in his practice, and an able and devoted legislator. 

HON. f:dgar martin. 

Edgar Martin, M. D., was born in Fitchville township. Huron coi:iit;. 
October 10, 182i>. His parents were Gilbert and Hannah (Washburn 
Martin. He began the practice of medicine at Townsend in 1X-')1, am 
continued at his profession at that place until l^*^-"i. In ]S't',< he wa: 
elected justice of the peace and held the office in Townsend for twenty 
four years. In the early part of the war he was commissioned fir- 
lieutenant in the 12''>dO. V. I.,and was soon promoted toacaptaincy in lii< 
llitith O. Y. I. In 187:1 he was elected by the T^Iuron county republican 
as member of the state legislature. In l>>8-> lie removed to Norwalk 
and has since niatle this city his home. In 18S.S he was elected a jnsti>' 
of the peace, and has held the position since, making over thirly-t«' 
yeirs that he has served the public in that capacity, a testimonial of higi 
order. He is a genial gentleman and is a ninch resjiected citizen. 

HON. GFORGIC F. BRADY. 
George F. Brady was born in Ireland. January 10, 1831, and came 1< 
this countr) with his parents, the following year, .settling in Maryian^. 
In 1X47 he enlisted at B.iltiniore, in the lltli U. S. Infaiitrv. and wen 
to the Mexican war. .\fter its clo.se he served five years in the 2d I > 
I)i.i'.;oons. In 18-'»8 he took up his residence at IClyria, Lorain count> 
Ohio. Ill September, IXtJl, he enlisted in the 42d Ohio, Garfield's rcgi 
mint, iiiti ling the .service as a private. At Camp Chase, before going 1' 
the hoiil, he was made First Lieutenant. In the summer of IXiiJ h 
i.iiiK- home and recruited company H, Ptild O. Y. I., and became its cap 
t.iiu. In ixii:;, he resigned on account of disability. In 1X7" he came l' 
Norw.ilk. He was the Democratic nominee for ri ))resentative li"i' 
Huron coiiiit\- in 18X7. hut was defeated. In IXX'.i. he was elccti' 
state senator, and served his constituents wit!; .nbilitv. 



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HON. \V. I). J()HXS'l-()\ 

\'icc prcsiikiit ol tlic Ihuiiii Couiils liaiikiiii,' Cump.iny of Norwalk. was 
Ixirii ill Allc>;licii\' cnuiity, IViinsylvania, in l>i4t. He was educated at 
narlin^tdii Academy, I'eiiu., Wet'iersixKiii Institute. liutler, I'a.. and 
at Olierlin College, Oliin. He l)ecaine a citizen nf Hiiroii couiitN in 
infill, at which time he eiii;aj;ed in mercantile inifsuits at IC.ist TownseMd. 

He was elected a nienilier of the House ot Rejjresentatii-es of tlie 
j;eiieral assembly of Ohio iu IN-"*-!, .md re-elected in 1S8'>, servinjj in the 
lilith and llTth jjeueral assemblies. , ■ — 

In June, 18114, he was elected to the vice presidency of the bank- 
inj; house above referred to, of which he has been a member of its board 
of directors since its orirauization. 



GKOKGIC KI'NX.VX 

Was born in Xorwalk, Huron count\ , < )hio, l'ebruar\ 
was educated in the public schools of 



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native town, and in ISliJ 
attended the CoUnnbus. Ohio, lii.nh school, while working? at nijjht as 
a telegraph oiierator. In ]8(;i he was assistant chief operator in the 
teU-^;ra])h oflicc at Cincinnati, and in December of the same year went to 
Kamtchatka by way of Xicara;..;ua, California, and the North Pacific. 
.\s a leader of one of the Rus.so-.\merican tele;4r,ipli company's explor- 
ing; parlies in northecistcr!i Siberia in lSli."i-'li, and as superintentleiU of 
construction for the middle disliict of the .Siberian di\isi(.n from lNf!li to 
lS(i,'<, he explored and located a route for the Kusso-American teleKrajih 
line, between the (Ikhotsk sea and Beliriui; strait, spendin,;; nearly three 
years in constant travel in the interior of northeastern .Siberia, and return- 
ing; to the I'nited .States on the abandoinnent of the enteri)ri.se in 18l!8. In 
1S7II he went to Russia to explore the mountains of the eastern Caucasus, 
proceeded down the \'oh<a river to the Caspian sea, made extensive 
exidorations on horseback in l)ai;hcstaii and Cllechnia, crossins; the 
j;reat rani;c of the Caucasus three times in dilTerent places, and in b^Tl 
returne<l to this country. In IS'S.Vli he made a jonrne\ ol l-'),tl"ll miles 
thnJUKh northern Ru.ssia and Siberia for the purpo.se of investij;atini; the 
Russia exile system, visitin".; all the convict prisons and mines between 
the Cral mountains and the head waters of the .\nioor river and explored 
the wildest part ol the Russian Altai. .Since his return from Ru.ssia he 
has become very fannius as a lecturer and writer on what he saw upon 
his traxels. 

HON. c. s. parki;r 

Was burn July !•>, IN!'.', at IhulinKUm, N'ermoiit. He w.is educated at 
the common schools. He removed toOhio in lS:lti, settling in \'erniillion, 
now ICrie county, but formerly Huron county. Here he assumed control 
of a (ninace business and was engaged iu this enterprise for ten years. 
Dnrinj; the gold excitement in C.difornia he spent three years in that 
state. When the desperadoes inaugiuateil the reign of terror which 
threatened to drive all reputable people from the golden state, he was 
made captain of the famous vigilance coHimittee at Sacramento, which 
t.uight villians that justice was abroad, even in that rude .society, by hang- 
ing Rowe, the brutal mujdeier of Myers at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. He 
removed to Ohio, and located at X^orwalk in 18"):>. engaging in the mercan- 
tile business. In 18()8,he was nominated on the democratic ticket forsheritT. 
In 1874 he was the democratic candidate for representative; at both 
elections he ran way ahead of his ticket. In 187.'). he was elected ser- 
geautat-arms of the Ohio Senate. In 1877 he was elected to the state 
senate. He was a highly esteemed citizen and made an excellent repre- 
sentative. 



JUDGE CHARI,i:S B. STICKXKV. 

The eldest son of Charles and lietsey Slickney, was born at Moira, 
N. Y., Jamiary iOth, ls)0. Until the age of twenty-one he remained 
upon the home farm gleaning snch education as was possible by attend- 
ance of the public schools of the community. After leaving the farm 
he entered an academy at Pot.sdaiii. N. V.. where he remained for four 
years; supporting himself by teaching school during the winter months. 
In 1841 while upon a visit to Ohio, he was induced by a former fellow 
student, the late Jairns Kennan, of N'orwalk, then a practicing attorney, 
to enter his olTice and to commence the study of law. In 1*»44 he w.is 
admitted to the bar, and, upon the creation of the Co\irt of I'robate in 
18ol, was elected judge of that court in Huron county. Judge Stickney 
al.so served upon the city Council, as Mayor of the city of X<jrwalk, .School 
K.xaminer, member of Hoard of ICdncation. and was also a member of 
Whittlesey Academy. He was a kind-hearted and l>enevoIent gentleninn. 
esteemed by all who knew him. He ilied at the good old age of Mi years, 
February J")th, 1"~1HI. 

HKNRV W. SHAW ( •JoSH DILI.IXCS ■). 

Henry W. Shaw was born in Lanesboul, Berkshire ojunly. Mass., 
.\pril iJl, I'HlS. His father was Hon. Henry Shaw, a prominent citizen 
r>f Berkshire ct)unty, who was a member of Congiess at the age of 
twenty-five years, and at that time the youngest member ever elected to 
C ingress ; and for twenty-five years was in public life as a member of 
Congress, or the Legislatuie of .Massachusetts. 

In 183:2, Henry W^. Shaw entered college at Hamilton, X. V.. and 
remained one year, when he returned home to spend his vacation. When 
oTi his return trip to college, on a canal boat between Alb.iny an>l Utica. 
he met as passengers, two adventurers on their wa\ to St. Louis, and 
their stories of the wild west .so captured the student that college was 
left in the rear, and he coninned his journey until he reached St. Louis, 
where he joined a bauil of adventurers who were going across the plains 
to the Pacific, but owing to troubles with the Indians, the party broke 
up, leaving young Shaw a tramp in the .streets of St. Louis, from which 
city he wandered east, arriving in Norwalk, sometime in the winter of 
l,S:;.')-0, where his brother Robert was then engaged in mercantile busi- 
ness. 

Here "Josh" spent his younger years, boarding at the hotel and hav- 
ing all the fun he could get out of the small village, such as Norwa'k 
was at that time. .Many anecdotes of "Josh's " pranks are still remem- 
bered. His filher was the owner of a large tract of land in Townsend, 
on the Medina road, and he gave Henry a larm where the Hill family 
now live, where he staved part of the time, though the hotel in town was 
his home. His principal business was trading horses, and il made but 
little difference whether he got a gooti trade or a poor one. .so that he 
traded. But he was a good judge of horses and hard to beat, tiiough 
occasionally he got worsted. 

In |Nl"i, Henry married Miss Bedford, of Lanesbord. Mass.. and 
biought his wife to Norwalk for their home, nuich to the snrjirise of his 
friends and aciiuaintances who had never mistrusted that Henry thought 
of marrying. Then they were much more surprised at his marrying such 
a chaiming, accomplished, and agreeable young lady: whose influence 
seemed to change hiin at once to a man of stability, with good habits, a 
kind husband, and an indulgent parent. Henry purchased the house on 
Whittlesey avenue of John TifTt, and lived there with his family for 
some eight years, when he sold the proj>erty back to Doctor Tifft, and 



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removed to S:iKiloj;a. for llie piiriKLse of educating I'i'' two daiiKliters, wlio 
were born in Nnrwalk. 

After tlnec years "Josh" returiiLcl to NorwalU. and .si)ciit the winter, 
and in the -prinK lie located in l',iU.i^hUeei)sie, X. V., thence to New York 
City. 

In ISH:;, Henry W. Shaw coninienced writing sliort essays in 
phonetic character style, signin- "Josh ]!illini;s," the first heing "On the 
Mnle," for which he received .'*I. ;''•', and from that time onward until his 
death he C(jntinued to write and lecture, until his writings were known 
and appreciated as those of one of the happiest and most pleasing hu- 
morists in the country. As a you!ig man of leisure about town, he was 
ahvavs full of wit and ready at repartee. At one time he comnienceil 
studying law with Hoalt iS: Worcester, prominent lawyers of this city, but 
after a few weeks he did not ai>i'car al the oflice, and Mr. lioalt meeting 
him on the street one day sai.l to him "Henry I h.iveu't seen \ou at the 
oftice lately." "No," says Henry, "I think the office has moved away ; I 
liaven't been able to find it," and that was the last of his studying law. 

Henry W. Shaw died at Monterey, California, October I'j, IHSO, and 
was buried at I, anesbord, Mass., and has a block of rough granite, si. -c 
feet long, four feet square, laid hori/ontal al tile head of the grave with 
" Josh Hillings" cut on the f ice and "Henry \V. Siiaw " on the upper 
surface. 

GIvNKRAI, I'RAXkl.lX SAWVICR. 
A distinguished soldier, patriot, and lirilliaiit attorney, was liorn in 
Auburn, Crawford county, Ohio, July 1".. ISii."). He was educated at 
Norwalk seminar}- and OranviUe cnllege. In 1^47 he was admitted to 
the bar and in If*-''^) was elected prosecuting attorney of f{uron county. 
In ISGO General Sawyer organized the Norwalk Light Guards, which, 
on April 20, ISOl, became Company 1), f^th O. V. I., and he was com- 
missioned its captain. Upon the reorganization of the regiment at Camp 
Dennison, Ohio, in May, K^til, Cai)tain Sawxer was nuide major and with 
it went to the front, where for more than three years he was conspic- 
uous for gallantry in camp and upon hard fought battle grounds. Hav- 
ing led his cominanfl ui>on inan\ previous battle-fields he was, after 
the battle of Gettysburg, in which lie was severel) w:)Uiided, promoted 
fn)m lieutenant colonel, to brigadier-general, in appreciation of his 
bravery and meritorious conduct. 

At the battle of Siiottsv Ivania, General Sawyer received so severe a 
wound as to prevent further active engagement. 

In ISt).') lie was elected a represcntatixe in the Ohio legislature and 
proved a valuable u'.enilier. .\fter most faithful service, both as a 
.soldier and a citizen, he died April loth, 1S'.'2. 

HON. JOHN A. WILLIAMSON, 

Son of James and Phebe Williamson, was born in New London 
toxvnsliip September 2.'), IS f2. His youth was passed upon his father's 
farm, and at sixteen he entered Oberlin College. He then entered Vale 
College from which he was graduated willi honors in 1M14. In LSlio he 
w IS graduated from the law deliartnieut ol the University of New York. 
In I81I7 he became deputy Clerk of Courts in Huron c.junty, which 
pcsition lie resigned in lytJX to enter a partnership in the practice ol law 
with Hon. S. W. Tennant, of ICast Saginaw, Mich. In 1S71 he returmd 
to Norwalk, wliere h-; has since resiiled. In 1S77 lie was elected a nieu.- 
ber of the House of Representatives from Huron county, and was re- 
elected in 187'.'. During this term he acted in the capacity of speaker 
pro liui. He is presideiit of the Huron County Banking Co.. of Norwalk, 
and is one of tlie city's most valued and respected citizens. 

HON. G. T. STIvWART. 
Gideon T. Stewart, ICsci., was l)orn in Johnstown, X.Y., in 1824, At 
the age of 14 he renio\i.d with his parents to Oberlin, where he attended 
college, but left in his Sophoinnre \ear in order to stud_v law, first in 
Norwalk and later at Columbus. ().. with Attorney Swa\ ne, after- 
wards of the U. .S. Supreme Court. He began the practice of law in 

August, ism. 



Mr. Stewart was also an eilitor of distiiignished abilitx'. He ediie.l 
the whig organ at Xorwalk for three vears. and inl^'ll the l^ubuipK 
Daily 'I'inies. He owned at one time a one-hall interest in the 'I'oSed^. 
Daily lilade, and later a half interest in the Toledo CoMimorcial. |i, 
politics Mr. Stewart is known throughout the United States as apmniiiieni 
I'rohibitionist, receiving many honors al that party 's hauls. He has been 
a nominee for supreme judge and for governor 1 f Ohio, on the state 
ticket, and also candidate for vice president on the national l'rohibiti.,11 
ticket. He is one of Xorwalk's most able and distinguished citizens. 

hi-;nry r. stkntz 

Was born in Middletown. Pennsylvania, in 1K:!H. coming to Huron coiiiil\ 
with his parents in 184il. His earl\ year.s were passeil in Plymouth and 
in Galion, but in I81I1I removed to Monroeville. where he had been ap- 
pointed cashier of the Iv^change H.iuk, succeeding the late S. V. Harkiie.ss. 
the well known standard oil niagnate. The ICxchange I'.ank has sinic 
become the First National Hank of M(jn (;evi!le, and Mr. Stenlz. who 
was the moving spirit of the bank, was years ago made jiresideii'. 

He is also a director in the Nati uial Hank of PlyuKHith.and (jf G.ihon. 
Mr. Stenlz is, apart from his banking interests, one of the large-l real 
estate ow-ners in northern Ohio, owning and operating over l.joiiaeres of 
the best land in Huron county. 

Without recoiiisj to hazardous speculations he lias accunuilated one 
of the handsomest fortunes of all this region, and liis .sncce.ss is a shining 
example of what an honest and capable young man may d.j Ijy Ins own 
unaided efforts. 

GKORGI' W. M.\X.\1L\X 
Was liorn in Cayuga county, X. V., October 1, I'-ll. and <.anie I.. Nb.n- 
roeville, Ohio, in \'6'-\-\. .Mr. Manahan was a cari)eiiter b.\- trade. Mriiy 
line buildings in Norwalk and vicinity still remain as mute w-itnc~ses 01 
his skill, one of which was the female seminars , now occuiiied b> ^Ir>. 
1'. H. lioalt, on West .Main street. In l^4'.l he moved to Hartland 
township, purchasing a farm of ;iUJ acres, a large part ol which was 
unbroken forest, and resided thereon until 1871. devoting his energies to 
farming and operating a steam saw-mill. In the autumn <■! l'*71 he 
removed to Norwalk, where he resided until his death in l8ill. Mr. 
Manahan was an active, energetic man. pleasant and conipani<mal>le. 
' and will be kindly remeinbered by many Irieiids in Hunin and adiuining 
counties. 

TIMOTHY R. STRONG 
Was born April 7. 1817, in Cayuga county, N. Y., a sou of William and 
Laura Strong. He received his education at a seminary in OiMiulago 
county and al Predonia Academy, Chautamiua county, same state, .\ller 
reading law for .some time he was admitted to the bar in 1843. and iiegan 
a general practice at Norwalk, O. He conducted many extensive cases 
of a civil nature but was especially eminent in criminal law. He po.s>e.s- e 1 
an iiuxhaustable fund of dry humor and keen .sarcasm, with a wondeiiul 
power of moving his audience at will to laughter or to tears. His di ath 
occurred July 11, 18i»4. 

MARTIN KKLLOGG. 
Was born September 21. 17^1), in Bethel. Wind.sor Co., Vt. He mar- 
ried in 18(111 Lucy Fay. also of Windsor county. In June, l8l.i, Mr and 
Mrs. Kellogg located in Huron county, where they remained the balance ol 
their lives. At the age of 111.5 years, leu months and twenty-seven days. 
Mr. Kellogg died Augu^t 17, 18!t2. 

HON. i;. A. PRAY. 
IClhan Allen Pray was a native of the town of Killingly. Windoui 
county. Conn., born June l.'i, 181:;. In about 1817 his father. Jacb 
Pra> , a native of Pnividence, R. 1.. removed with his family to Cayuga. 
coniilN, X. Y., and permanently .settled there. Here the subject wa- 
reared and received a liberal education. Soon after the conclusion ol 



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liis attfiHlaiicf nl Ska lie a teles Acadeiiiy lie lie>;aii a ven' siu-ces-iliil 
career as an iiistiiutdr in the iniblic sclmnN. 

In \Kl'.\ he caiiir '.(< Hun^ii comity and schhi after located in I'ilch- 
ville tinviisliip, wliere he remained until IX")'), when he was ai)i»iinted 
superillteiuleiit of the Ihiroil Colint> iiilinnarv, a jiositioii which he 
filled with Kreat credit until IStil. He was then elected justice of the 
peace in Xorwalk township and served tvveKe \ears. During; the w;ir 
he was elected iiia.N or of Nor.valk. While Inllilliii^; the duties of this 
office, assisted in layiiij; out iiian\' of its streets. He was admitted to 
the liar in ^X^'■>. and for two .\ears held the ofllce of city solicitor, after 
which he devoted himself to commercial law. 

After a lon^ and valuable life, replete with deeds of kindness, Mr. 
I'ray <lied in June, IM'.'i. 

KinVIN GAGl'R 

Was horn in I'leasniit Valley, Duchess county, N. V.. Mar;h4. 1S0,S. In 
]S:!1 he married Miss I'ermelia Ro.se, and in \S-'A they settled in Camden, 
Lorain county, where they resided a number of years, and where Mr. 
Gnger did a vast amount of pioneer work in the then unbroken wilder- 
ness. 

In IS;')! he came to Xorwalk and lor a number of years was actively 
eiiK.i,i;td in mercanlile pnisuils, His death occurred April 14, IMl-t. 

KRI MHSNARI) 

Was born in Xorwalk, Conn., in 171I7, and was there reared. He received 
his ediication and was graduated a practical engineer at IthaQa, N. Y. 
He assisted in the location and construction of one of the fiist railroads 
constructed in the state of X. Y., known as the Itliaca and Oswego rail- 
road. In lS;jii he moved to Huron Co. He first located upon a farm in 
Fairfield Township., but after a brief period, became a permanent resi- 
dent of Xorwalk Township. In ISJO lie was elected county surveyor, 
and for fourteen consecutive years he performed the duties of that offue 
witli great credit He was a member of the Methodist Hpiscopa! church, 
and a man of sterling integrity and christian virtues. He died Jan. 2.s, 
1S7!I. 

JAMHS R IT, ICY GRIbFIX 
Was Itorn April 20, ISlii. in the town of Hunter, Greene county, X. V. 
His boyhood was passed upon his father's farm and in attending win- 
ter .school. When a youth he learned the trade of a carpenter, though he 
continued to give his attention t(p books. After .settling in Greenwich 
township he taught .several terms of scluxil in hitchville township, the 
highest salary paid being .^15 per month and "boarding round." Jan- 
uary "21, lS:!'.t, he married I'liilena Washburn, who was brought by her 
parents to Greenwich township in ISllt. .She died I'eliruary 20. l.si;:). 
January 21, 1S|14, he married Mrs. .Mary Jane (Carl) liaker. Mr. GriOin 
settled upon a farm of I'll) acres in Greenuich township in IS^U and 
there resided until b^T'i. when lie removed to the town of Greenwich, 
where he has since resided, living a semi-retired life. 

JOHX M. WHirox. 

Whose portrait appears elsewhere in this volume, was born in Berkshire 
county, Ma.ss., in lS:;i). Abimt 1S:!1 the iiarents of the suliject. (J. M. 
and Sallic Bradley Whitoii) removed to the "Western Reserve." and 
settled in Huntington, I.orain county. Here the subject was reared, 
attending such schools as the community alTorded. and when a youth 
learned the t.'ade of a blacksmith. In .1S4'.I he left lor California and 
for several years devoted his attention to gold mining. 1,S.")2 found him 
returned to Lorain counly. and embarked in mercantile pursuits at Hunt- 
ington. 

In IS.Jo he removed to a farm inirehased and pre-emiited in Hardin 
county, Iowa, where, in ISVi, he assisted in the orgaiii/ation of Pleasant 
township of that county. 

In the spring of l^'iT he again returned to Lorain county, and until 
1872, was engaged in biL^iness at lirigliton. He then purchased a farm 



in Wakeman, Huron ccnmty, wliicli he conducted until the oiM-iiing of 
his present Inisiiiess establishment in Wakeman village. 

He is a member of the Congregational clinrih and ha-, lor years 
been an active .Sabbath school worker. He is aKo a valued member of 
the I'ireland's Historical .Society. 

GKORGi-; T. THOMAS. 

Probate Judge of Huron county, son of I'ri li. Thomas and Hlleii 
(McOmber) Thomas, was born in Greenwich towii«hip, Hi.u n (ounty. 
Ohio, September II, IS;')!;. He attended school for some liuie at Oberliii 
College, and liuchtel College at .\kro'i: then studied law and was admitted 
to practice February 2, IXSII. He was mayor of the village of Greenwich. 
IH.S.'i to \XX'>, and about the .same time held the ollices of township clerk, 
member of boird of education and secretary of The Greenwich Land and 
liuildiiig Association. In X'ovember, llsX'i, he began the |)ractice of law 
at Xorwalk In is'.lil Ik- was elected Probate Judge, and was re elected 
in ]Mt:>. He is a fluent si)eaker, and is often called upon to make 
public addresses. Mr. Thomas was married to Miss l-'r.inia J. .Miller, of 
Fairfield township, this county, .\pril Hi, Ls.si)^ and they have one child, 
Alton Orr Thomas. 

WILl.'lA.M II. PRICF. 

William Henry Price, one of our energetic business men. was Ixtni 
in Wales. ICducated in Fji.gland. he came to .\iiierica in liis twenty- 
second year, locating in Cleveland. ().. where he was for several years 
engaged in the shipping and packing business. His health failing him 
he sold out and went to luirope where lie spent one year, .\fter his 
return, and three > ears more in business, his health again tailing him. he 
sold out and located in Xorwalk on a farm within a short distance of 
the city. 

.\s soon as he had recuperated, he again est.ibli.-.hed hiin--eif in busi- 
ness, engngiug in several enterprises. In ISS'.t he with C. H. .Stewart and 
W. (). Monnett, org.inized the Xorwalk Savings Bank Co.. of wliirh con- 
cern he is now president. He is vice president of the First Xational 
bank, and is also interested in Cleveland Hanks, and a .great many indus- 
tries of Xorwalk. When the Sandusky, Milan and X'orwalk electric 
railroad was projected he took an active interest in it, and was lor a 
considerable time one of its directors. He, with Mr. C. II. Stewrrt lias 
built more than 100 houses in Xorwalk and has done a great deal toward 
the extension and building up of the city. 

REV. GKORGF H. LI'ONARP 

The .son of Jacob Drake and Xancy Brown Leonard, was born in the 
state of Maryland in l.s;j2. His boyhooil days were spent ii: Marietta. O. 
He received his educaticjii in Marietta .Academy. GranviPe College ( now 
Denison University ). and in Xewlou ( Ma.ss.) Theologic.il Instilulion. He 
graduated .\. 1!. from Grain ille College in lsi.'i2; received the ilegree of .\. M. 
ill ls'i.">: and the degree of D. D. from .same iiistilutioii in |S8.s. 

He was ordained pastor of the Baptist church in Mt. X'eriion. O., in 
1S54, and, subse((UeiUly, .served as pastor of Baptist churches in Lock- 
land. O., Ironton, C, ICIyria, O , Wanseon, O.. and 1S71 to IS.'>:2 iu Peru. 
Ind. In 1S.'^2 he was elected secretary and superintendent ol mis.sions for 
the Ohio Baptist Convention, and having accepted, removed to .N'oiwalk 
wdiere he resided until .August. ls!l.">, when he reiimved to Granville. (). 
During the rebellion he was in the service of the cliristi.m coinmis-.ion. on 
the fiehl, and in hospitals. 

Mrs. Leonard is the youngest daughter ol Samuel .Sherman, de- 
ceased, one of the pioneer citizens of X'orwalk. 

Hox. R. c. powi-;rs 

Is a prominent attorney, residing at Xevv London, O. He came to that 
place at an early day, and has lor many vear.-% been one of its most es- 
teemed citizens. In li^S2 he was chosen to repicsent Huron county in 
the state legislature and .served for two vears. 



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Ri'V. ciiAs. V. cni;vKArx. 

l''atli(.T Clicvrniix ua^ linru in 11k- iMstcrn |Kirt nl I'raiici.- J;iiiii.irv J'i, 
1S4H WliiTi a l)ii\ ul six years liis partiits i.iiiij,'r:U(.(l tn Aimrica and 
located in the Ic.wii ni t.oiiisviUe. Stark Cdiiiity, ()liii>. Here lie 
attemled the local schiiols and sulisenuently the iliocesan coUej^e at 
that place. He later entered St. Mary's .seminary at Cleveland, where 
he was jjradnated in 1S74, and was ordained at S ontli ILiid, Indiana, 
hy Hisliop CilMiniir. Hi- was thin stationed at the cathedral, Cleve- 
land, for more than ele\e;i v ears, and pr<i\ed himself a priest of eminent 
qualities. In I.SS.'), when the pastorate of .St. Mary's, Xorwalk, was 
made vacant by the death of Rev. h'atlier Halley, I""ather Chevranx's 
appointment to tile incninlieiicy was eminently (Ittinjj and to his elTorts 
may lie ascrilied the excellent parochial schools, conducted li>' the sisters 
of St. Joseph, and the erection on tliv corner of ,State and League streets. 
Norualk, of .Si. Mar\ 's, one of the iiin-,t liaiulsoine church edilices in 
northern ( >hio. 

IJI'XJA-MIX ('.. I'AXXIXt-. 

For many years a well-known and hi},'hly esteemed resident of Clarks- 
field township, was liorii in ( )ntario county, X. V., .September 11, W'2'->. 
At alMiut the af;e of ten wars, he accompanied his mother, brothers, and 
a sister, to Huron county, Ohio, locating in Clarkslleld township. 
While a youth he learned the traile of a shoemaker, and after devoting; 
some years to that industry he transferred his attention to the cultivation 
of fruit, fruit trees, and general farming, which proved a successlul 
venture. He married on July 4. lS4l>, .Miss ,Sabra, daughter ol Sherman 
Smith, of Clarkslleld township, and to them were born five children. 
Mr. I'anuing died December 11, IS'.ll, at his home lour miles north of 
New London. 

IRA S. TOWXSIiXI). 

The subject of this sketcli was born in X'ew London township. 
Huron count.v. June 14, L'^-''l, and was the lirst child born in a frame 
house in that locality. 

Upon the completion of his studies at Olierlin college, he returned 
to his fathcr'.s farm, .sharing in the labor of its successful conduct until 
he embarked in personal enterprises. 

September 27, 180-5, he married Miss Mary A. Ward, of Milan, 
Ohio, who died October 14, 1881. Later in life he married Miss Ellen 
L. V/ard, a sister of his deceased wife. 

His entire life was passed upon his excellently conducted farm in 
New London township, where he died September I'-. I8'.i.!. 

He was a director of the hirst Xational 15ank of Xew London, from 
its incorporation in 1872, and for eleven years served as its vice presi- 
dent, audits president for .six years. In 181*2 the institution was reorgan- 
i7.ed under the name of 'J'he Xew London Bank, of which he became presi- 
dent, serving until his death. Up:>n the seas of commerce and in the 
fields of agriculture he was alike successful. 

MRS. PHOl'HK COUTANT 

Was born in Xewbnrg, N. Y., January 22, 17I'ii. She with her husband' 
were residents of Greenwich township for a great number of years. She 
died May 7, 180(!, at the home of her .son, C.ideon B. Coutant. At the 
time of her death, .she enjoyed the distinction of being a centenarian 
and the oldest resident of Huron Co. 

HOSHA 'I'OWXSI'XD. 

The subject of this sketch was onebf the pioneers of Huron count) . 
and of Xew London township. He was born at (Ireenbush. X'. V., May 
2i">, 1704. On August }.'), '[SVk he first visited Xew London, and after a 
• few weeks of investigation became convinced of the desirability and 
the fertility of the .soil, and despite the exceediii.g wildness of 
the land and the nianv dangers to be encountered, determined to estab- 
lish his home here. He, however, first returned to his eastern home, 
and on hebruars 4, Isb',, accoiiip.inii d by a brother. Hiram Townseiid. 
started tor their future liome in the then wilds of Xew London, .\fter 



fifty-two days of travel, with an ox team, they arrived at their destina- 
tion .Ml March 2X. ISHi. 

With him he brought the iron from which was made the first jilow 
used in turning the virgin soil of .\ew London. 'I'o hint also lielongs 
the credit ol having planted the lirsi orchard (in 1S2<I) and the erection 
of the first frame dwelling (l?'2i!, in the township. March 2'i. l-sjl 
he married Miss Sophia Case, who taught the first scIkkiI established in 
the township. He was a soldier in the war of 1X12. and by an act ■•' 
Congress he was granted I'i" acres of la;ul. to the cultivation of wliieli 
he always gave his attention, and at his deatli he was tile |Misse->sor oi 
more than one thou.saml acres in Xew Loiuhm and I'itclivlUf townsliii». 

.\t the time of his death, which <K:curred IkcemlKT Is, 1S><4. lie was j 
a citizen of .Xew Loiulon village, having resided there and in tlie town ) 
ship for nearly seveiits \ears. He was indeed a pioneer. j 

JOHX T, T()\\XSI;M) 

Of Fitchville township, the eldest son of Hosea and Sophia Town- j 

send, was born July 22, l>>2f, in .Vew I.'indoii township and there reared, i 

In \onlh he attended the public schools and ()l>erlin college, after | 
which he devoted his attention during the winter months to teai-hing in 

the schools of I'itchville and Clarksfield townships. September 2"t j 
1X4'.', he married lUizabeth. daughter of Lenius Halnier. who was the 

youngest of the four Palmer brothers who settled in l-itcliville i 

towiishi]) ill I^IS. I 

.Mr. Towiisend has always been an agriculturist, though he ha- j 

devoted much time to the interests of his township and coun;\ . as is j 

evident from the fact that for more than twenty-three years he jter- ! 

formed the duties of the office of justice of the jK-ace. and resigned at i 

the expiration of the period mentioned. In IMSO he was ele-cted a mem- i 

Ikt of the board of county commissioners, .serving niiti! ISHtJ. I 

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NICHOLAS IJ. WLLSH j 

Was born January 11, IM'.', in Arundel county, Maryland. Inl8:!i; he be- • 

came a resident of Oh'O, Champaign county. In September, 1-X4:5. here- | 

moved to Huron county. The conntiy was yet new, thinly settled and | 

neighbors were few and lar between. Mr. Welsh now resides in Orceii- j 

wicli, honored and respected by a large circle of acquaintances. j 

ABRAM D. STOTTS j 

Whose portrait appears elsewhere within these pages, w.as Ixirn in Ilelmont | 
county. Ohio, in 1822, and in 1^2:^ he came with his parents to Huron j 
county, locating in Ripley township. The absence of schools rendered j 
our subject's earlier cducati<in very meager, but in youth, by close study j 
after hours of toil in the forest, he acquired a knowledge of the coninioii j 
branches much in advance of the average. In l^'iO Mr. .Stotts married j 
Miss Maryetta Boughton. of iMtchville township, in whose honor the 
village of B(nightonville was named. 

Althou.gh devoting his attention almost exclusively to a.gricullure. | 
Mr. Stotts has, since I'^T'.'. been the president of the Hunm Count> j 
Iviiniers' Insurance company. | 

He is a member and liberal supporter of the I-airfield Baptist church. , 

HIRAM SMITH. ] 

Was born in Kssex Co., X. V., Jan. 2'.. lS|ii .-\t the age of fourteen he 
" bound " him.self to an apprenticeship of nearly .seven years, learning the 
trade of a machinist and moukl^r. H-? w.is employed at various points in 
Xew York state until lf<4i! when he removed to Xorwalk. making the 
journey from Dunkirk, X. Y. to Milan, Ohio, by boat. I'ntil IS.'illlie was 
cniplo\ cd at making thieshing machines, in the old building now known 
as the ICmpiie Building, Xorwalk. Then followed two years with IIk- 
Michigan Central Railro.ad at Detroit. In IX.V! he became C(nniected with 
the Toledo, Xorwalk and Cleveland Ry. For thirty-six years he was em- 
ployed by that line, and during that liinc made many valuable imiirove 
nieiits in mechanical devices. He now lives in rettrement. in Xorwalk. 



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A i\;iti\e "I" Ch.irlul, \'cTinr)nl, ciinr In Oh iu in Is Id or '17, si-ttliiiu for a 
l)rief ]>LTi<iil ill \\-ii;i'-.'. ( lliio, 1 Ic thi.ii n-iiiii\ xil to Mornufvillc, ulrjre 1il- 
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Was Inirii ill i'liiiiii cdunts', 1\hm^'. K aiiia, wIkti- Ik- was ri-arc-d and 
udncatcd. \:\ is.",!) hi.- caiiK- lo Xci walk and cmliarkt-d iti the- clnthin^' 
hnsiiiL-ss. 

His parents liaviii^ died u heii lu- was yt-t a Imy, hi.- liad tn shift fur 
Itinisclf; and his reniarkaMc sncci'ss in liti — cimsidcrin}; his advaiitams 
— was t-ntircl>- dnu to liis pliiddini^ inrsuvcrancf. smind judj^mt-nt in 
linsiiR-ss transai-tiiuis, and uncpK-stliMK-d inti.-.L;rit>-. It has truly \h:uu said 
(if him that his character was uithcnt a !>Ic-niisli and his liimur pure 
and unsullied. 

On Deceinlier l-'>. iN-'ii, at WiniMer, Wayne ci.unty. Ohic. he was 
married to Mar\ Jane Weeil, a native of Wayne ci>unt>. and two cliildixii 
were Ihtii to tlieni. 

Mr. I'eters was a meinlier and senior uar<leu of the lipiscopal cl'.urch 
at Norwalk for maii> \ears. He died Uecemlier II. IS'.MI, at the ajje of 
ti.") years. 

JOHN' G. SHIvRMAX. 

Mr. Sherman was horn in Wakeman township, Huron count\', \o- 
venilier 14, 1-S:!0, and his entire life was jiassed upon the farm of his 
i'.ativit>-. In the active \ear■^ of his life he was a successful fanner, 
hut !,'a\e some attention to newspaper re|iortin^. I'dr thirty-five years 
he ke]it a diar\ , recon'.in^ not only events of a persmial character, 
hut those also ol .ijeiieral interest. His weatlier rep.orts were puhlished 
hy many of tlie leadiii<f newspajiers. 

'i'h<)U>^Ii not a politician he was frei|uentl>- a delegate to tlie conven- 
tions and councils of the RepuMicaii party, and had the honor to assist 
in the reuomiuation of President Grant at the National Repuhlican 
convention at Philadelpliia in 1S7-. Ih- was for vears an acti\'e memher 
of the C<>ns.irej;ational church at Wakeman. and was one of Its deacons 
at the time of his death, which occurred .May 27, ISI':-!, 

D. J. BRAOV 

Was horn in Cayuga county, New York, in ISltJ. In 1.S17 hi.i par- 
ents moved to Slateu Island, New York, and there the s ibject was 
reared. In l.S'24 they removed to Greenwich township. Huron county, 
locating in the woods, and Mr. Brady assisted .ijreatly in cleariug 
the fore.st ami opcnin.CT to cultivation the present hroad and fertile 
acres of the southern portion of the county. Mr. Brady, at a ripe oKl 
age, is still residing amid the scenes of his I.nhors. 

WARK ICN .si;\- i;r A NC V. 

A well known resident of Cliica.oo, Ohi,,, was horn Octoher H, I.S:!i;. 
in ,Sandusk\ coiint\-, Ohio. After having recei\ed a thorough education 
he devoted some nine \ears to teachin.y; in the schools of his native count\ 
and Huron count\ . In lXl!:l he purchased a farm near New Ilaxeii 
which he conducted successfull\- without interfering with his profes- 
sional duties as instructor. 

That Mr. Severance po.ssesses great eiiergv and progressiveliess is 
proven hy the fact that in March, 1S7,S, ;u the age of fortv -two, he was 
admitted to the Huron county har, and immediately hegau the practice 
of that profession, at Chicago, In ISHl he was appointed local counsel 
for the lialtimore and Ohio railroad compliny. 

He li.as heeii identified with ever\- movement calculated to advance 
the moral and material interests of the community in which he resides. 

FRANKLIN I). RICM) 
Was the first white child hoin in Iliiron count\-, which event occurred 
Apiil *2.'), I.sli, in what is now Greenfield township, of which his father, 
Hanson Read, was one of the first, if not the first .settler. He married 
Miss Melvina I"it/gerald, a native of New York state, Mav •!, ls;i4, and 



they reared five children. In his youth he learned the trade of a stone 
inasim, thongii nearly, or iiiiile his entire Iile w.is spent as a fanner. In 
the earlier days when wild game ahonnded. he gained considerahle lame 
as a hunter, and his aliilit\ as a naturalist was widely recognized. He 
died August \-i. l-'*'.*!. 

LKMrici. siii:rm.\n 

Was horn in Harre, \'t., Septemhjr 2i», IM I. He came to Huron county 
with his parents early in life, settling in what is now Townsend township 
In IS.'ll he married Miss I'olly Jones. They settled upon a farm in Nor- 
walk township and hegan their united career in a log cahin with its primi- 
tive I'urnisliings. Iiidustrv ami frugality soon hroughl a competence, and 
jiioneer structures gave place to more pietenlions huildings. He built 
and operated the first sawmill in the rirelands, and lumber for all pur- 
jioses, for miles around, came from that mill. He was a staunch Aboli- 
tionist and was one (f the leaders in tlie operation and maintenance of the 
underground railway. He died in Norwalk Se|itemher 24, ISl'l, 

WH.I.IAM G.\ rHh;RGOOI). 

Thi.s subject was born March 10, ]H-S.'., near Kingslynii county, of 
Norfolk. Kngland. and was there reared. He married July 2. lK4(i. 
Maria Starling, also of the count> of Norfolk, and to the union nine 
children have been born, \'\\x- of whom were born in I-jigland. .\ugust 
in, l.S.')4. he embarked for America, arriving at New York ( )ctober ti. 
1S.')4, and immediately proceeded to Monrocville, this county, where he 
has since resided. In ISli') he was engaged by the officials of the cnunty 
to establish certain grades, to improve roads, etc.. and the success and 
skill with which he jierformed the labor was sd great as to recommend 
his ser\-ices to those having such work in ch.irge, even to this flate. 

It may be lrul.\ said that "when I'licle Hilly" 'as he is familiarly 
known), completes a ji^b, it displax s the master's toneli and remains 
lor \ears a monuinent to his genius." 

MARTIN M. HKSTKR 

Was born September 2:^', 1822, in Orange townshi|), Richland (nov Ash. 
land) county, Ohio. He removed with lii.s latheis family t-j !-iroiison 
township, Huron county, Ohio, 1x27. 

He has lived for si.xty nine years on the same farm. £v man of untir- 
ing industry, activity, perseverance and integrity-. 

He was married May2I,l.s50,to Miss .Mary Kinlay of Coshocton co'jnty. 
Ohio. To them were born three children : Wm, J., of Cambridge. Ohio; 
Catherine Iv, wife of Rev H. J. \'. Booth, of Doyleston. Ohio, and Finlay 
on the home farm. 

While he has been diligent in business he has been I'aith.ful in 
church service. For forty-nine years, a member of the Methodist l-^pis- 
capal church, h'or fi)rty-seveu years continuously recording steward of 
the circuit, and lor over forty-two years ha.s not mi.ssed being present at 
Huarterly meeting. He was a hsent hut fti'iir on account of sickness. 
out of ISS (|uarlerly meetings. Hehjs been forty-five years .secretary and 
treasurer of board of truste- s : twice chairman of building committee; 
has had charge of building two churches. He has been forty vears a 
class leader: more than twenty years district steward ; more than twenty 
years Sunday school superintendent : more than thirty years Sunday 
school teacher, and twenty-four years continnonsly Justice of the Peace. 

HON. ICYHRT BOGARDIS 
Was liorn September I"., Is|:l. He died June 2S, ls;i2. .\sa manhewas 
upright and honest in his dealings: as a citizen he was public spirited. 
He served the county twelve years, as commissioner, as representative in 
the general assembl> , and as justice of the peace. .\s a christian his 
life was exemplary, and his memor\ is green and fragrant in the minds 
of his friends and neighbors. 

SAMi'KL shi-:rman 

Was born in the state ot \'erm(>iit, in 177^. He came to Huron county, 
Oliio, in 1.S17. In 1S20 he was married to Miss Polly Barbour, a native 



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of I)L-la\var(;. ^vlio caint to this coniity in I^IH, wIkii 11» years of ajje. 
TliL-ir first li'iinc was in 'IN.uiiseiul. It was a loj^ caliiii in tin woods, and 
coiitaiiiL-d only one room, 14 fi-t-l scinarc. It was not only tlic kitchen. 
Iicdrooni and parlor, hut also a niiniatnrc factory — for lieri; stood llic old- 
fashioned loom and s|iinnin<; wheel, on which she spiiii the wool and wove 
the cloth from which their ciothiiit; was made. In the construction of 
this house there was n.ilhinj; of iron, noi even a nail, and no sawed board 
or timber. The woud> around the home alioimded in liears. wolves, deer 
and other wilil aiiimaN. and less tliau a mile distant was an Indian camp, 
lu ll^'!l they removed to their home on the Medina roarl, two and a half 
miles east of Xorwalk. Ileie .\Ir. Sherman dievl in IS.Sl), and Mrs. .Sher- 
man in IH.SfS. They were l)i)tli. Irom their youth, esteemed inend)ers of 
the Hai>tist church. There were liorn to them seven children, only two 
of whom are now I'vinj;: Mrs. Harriet Roberts, widow of Warren I). 
Rol.eits, and Mrs I.ucv S . uife of Rev. C. ]'. Leonard. I) I). 

WILLIAM ri:RRIN, 

A representative business man of Norwalk, was born at Wilkesbarre. 
Penua.. March •!!. IS-IV In IS 17 his parents removed to Huron county 
Ohio. The subject was educated at the Huron Institute at Milan, an:l in 
youth taught scIuxjI in this county. Later he devoted his attention to 
agricultural pursuits, .stone ((uarryinj;, and dealing in real estate. He 
assisted in laying out the route of the Wheeling and Lake Rrie Railway. 

IJICACON ALIUCRT ilROWX 

Was born in Thornton, C.rafton Co.. New Hampshire, May (I. ISDI, where 
he resided until 1X!2. when he removed with his parents to Hopkinpton, 
N. H. In 1M17 his parenis a,u;aiu removed to Middlesse.x, New York 
where they resided until ISij:!, in which year they removed to Rid.t;efield 
township, Huron Co. The subject of the sketch came in the fall of same 
year, covering the entire distance on foot. April '22, lSo2, he was united 
in marriage to Miss ICnima Jane Hloomer, who died October !l, ISMS. 

When a yonn,g man he learned the trade of a carpenter, and though 
he became a master workman in that line he abandoned it, devoting his 
attention to fanning. In INSJ he removed to Kast Xorwalk where he 
resided until his death, which occurred May '2'2, 1S!I4. 

MRS. ALBERT BROWX. 

iMuma Jane Bloomer was born in Dorset, \'ermout. May IS, ]si1,s. 
She removed to Ridgefield with her parents, Reuben and Loi ; Bloomer, in 
\x\l. Aprd '22, 1S;!'2, she married Albert Brown, and for more than fifty- 
three years they were residents of Monroeville. Mrs. Brown united with 
the Presbyterian church in IS-IO and was a consistent Christian and men - 
bcr until lier death, O.-tobc'r '.>. l>iS,S. 

URI BAKb;R THOM.XS 

Large land ownor and stuck raider of the northern part of C.reeuwich 
townsiiip, second son of Cieorge Thomas and .\daline (Baker) TluMuas, 
was born in the town of I^seter. Otsego comity. Xew York, October "24. 
ISIS; obtained a common school education in the district school nf his 
neighb<irhood. and at a school academy at Clinton, Xew York. In the 
winter of lS4(t-41. taught district school at Hiru\ington h'lats, X. Y. 
Studied law for one summer in 1^^4:1, afterwards taught .schocd win- 
ters and worked on liis father's farm suniniers. .\pril, lS4'i. he came to 
Ohio and .settled on the farm where he now lives. In 1S4II Mr. 'JMiomas 
was united in marriage with Miss lUlen .McOmber. at Columbus, Ohio: 
from this union the following children were born: Orr I'ri Thomas, 
George '1'. Thomas. presi.-nt probate judge of Huron county, and Dora 
H. Thomas. In lS''il Mr. Thomas' wife died, and in IS(i4 he was mar- 
ried to Miss Myra B. Stowe of Huron, t^rie count.\ . Ohio. Mr. Tliomas 
is a man of wide reading, highly intelligent and of gre;it [lerseverance. 



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MARTIX HI'STICR. 

aird ICIizabeth Mason Hc-ter. was born in ITS? 
Ml., and was there reared on his father's farm, 



attending during the winter months, the subscription schools ,,| i;,. 
community. When his jiareiits removefl to Columbiana counts , (1. 
acconipaiiie<l them, where for four ..r five years he devoted his atteiti,,. 
to fanning. He then removed to Orange township. Richland (now .\vhh,,., 
count)), where he liecame tlie jxisscssor ol liiil acres of land, and resnl, 
until 1S24, in which \ear he removed to Bronsoii townshi]). llx,r,,- 
coniitv . settling upon land purchased from Judge Soutligate, and Har. 
spent the remainder of his busy life, dying in 1S7t». In !'«)!» he marrii. 
.Miss Mar> Stongli. of l-ayette county. Pa., and to the union were Uirn 
live children. 

JAMi:S C. GIBBS. 
This subject was born in Xorwalk. August 7. 1S.»2, and there rear-i| 
After being graduated from the Xorwalk High Scliwl in D^tlit, he learne., 
the trade of a printer. He then attended Lafayette College at j;asto!i 
Peiina., after which he became connected with the Chicago Inter Ocean. 
In ]S7:1 he purchased an interest in the Xorwalk Reflector, and has i„r 
many years been manager of that successlul journal. I le is vice i)resideiil 
of The Lanir.g I'rinting Co.; treasurer of the Xalional IC.litorial .Vsso^-i:,. 
tion of the United States; president of the Ohio .Savings. Loan ar.ii 
Investment Co ; president of the present board of education of the 
city of Xorwalk, and is also connected with various enterpri.ses calcu 
lated to advance the moral and material interests of the coniniunity. 

HOX. J.\Y F. I.AXIXC, 
Was bom at Xew London, O., May IJ. 1.^.'):'.. where he resided until Janu- 
ary, 1.SS2, when he moved to Xorwalk, which city lias since lH:e;i his resi- 
dence. He was educated cliiclly at the public .schools. From the a'^e 
ol l.Jto21 his time was sjient winters in teaching. During these year.s 
his spare hours were devoted to the study of law. In l>7o he w. as ad- 
mitted to the bar, and followed the practice for eight years. 

After moving to Xorwalk he gradually abandoned llie law. ami built 
up the publishing business in which he is now engaged. 

In lS7'i he married Caroline K. Sheldon, youngest daughter of Rnlus 
and .Mary Sheldon, for many years residents of Greenwich township, an.i 
six children have blest their union. 

He was a member of the council of this city f.r four yeirs. and is ji 
present the member of the state senate, having been elected in 1*11:1 ami 
reelected in I'^'.i.'). 

A. M. Bi:.\TTIb:. 

A. M. Beattie was Ivmi June lu, IS.').!, in Kuggles township. Ashlaui! } 

county. O. During his early years he labored on his father's faini and j 

attended the country school in the neighborb.ood. At the age <if 1".' he { 

began teaching school, which occupation alternated with periiKls si»iil j 

in attending higher .schools, until 1S7!I. when he graduated from the law ! 

department of the Indiana State University. In the spring of ISMl he ' 

u as admitted to the bar. and located in Xew London and pr.acticetl the j 

profession of law until ISS.V .Tt which time he removed to Xorwalk t'l j 

a.ssunie the duties ol clerk of courts, to which ofTice he h.ad Ik-c-u elected j 
in the fall of 1SS4. 'I'his office he continued to ludd for six years, 
when he retired from it. and again began the practice f)f law . I'or seven 
years he has been a member of the cit.\ board of education. 

H. H. HOYT, 

.Son of Klmon and F,li/abeth Hoyt, was born October 22. IStjO, at Xorth 
Fairfield, this county. His boyhood w.as passed U|win the farm and in ! 
attendance of the public .schools. After clerking in a general store at 
Xorth Fairfield for one year he was given the management ol it and for 
si.x years successfully conducted same. In IsS:! he and his father became 
owners of the stock, and erected, in the same year, a large brick Iniildinu 
where Mr. Hoyt established perhaps the l)est country store in Ohio. In 
1SS7 he removed to Xorwalk. engaging in the dry goods business. In 
IS'.K', he. with Mr. C. F. J.ukson. purchased the lot upon which the ol.i 
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known as the Gl.iss Ulock. In his venlnres Mr. Hoyl has ilisplaycd ex- 
cellent jnilgniciit anil as a gentleman and lniMincss man he is highly es- 
teemed. 

S. A. WII.D.M.W. 

Sanuiel A. Viildman ua-^ liorii in Clarkslkld, Huron county. March 
2H, 1M4);. He is tlie sun ol t-rederick .\. Wildniaii. a resident of tliis city. 
At the age of 1"> he entered a printing office, l)Ut uIkii not (|uite 1^> years 
old, in February, ISii}, he enlisted as a private in the -•<[\i ()liio Infantry 
Volunteers, and served until the muster out of tiie regiineiU on June X, 
ISdt!, more than a .\ear alter the close of the war. llis rank at muster 
out was that of sergeant. In li^tiT he entered Western Reserve college 
at Hudson, <")., Init did not complete his course. I'imiu leaving cidlege 
he began the studv of law. was admitted to the bar in 1^70, and has been 
engaged in practice e\er since. 

At present he is i>resideut of the Cliildren's Home association ol 
Huron county, president of the Xorwalk board of educition, was for 
years trustee of the h'irelands Historical societv'. and has been for man\- 
years secretary of the Whittlesey Academy of Arts and .Sciences. He 
was the nomijice of the Republican party for circuit judge in 18K7. 
Mr. Wildman is one ol the leaders of the Norwalk bar, ninkiiig as one 
of its brightest ornaments. His literar>' ability is ol a very high order. 
He was nuirried on July 1-i, 1S7'', to h'lien lUizabeth Howe, daughter 
of Samuel H. Howe, of Xorw.ilk. 

CHARI.KS H. STEWART, 
Son of Hon. Gideon T. and .Vbby (Sinnnons) Stewart, was born in 
Norwalk, November >>, IM.'iD. He attended the schools of Norwalk and 
coniideted his education at the Ohio Wesleyan l'ni\ersily, Delaware, C, 
after which he commenced the study of law in his father's office and 
in 1>SSJ was admitted to the bar. He spent some time in successful prac- 
tice, but at the same time was operating largely in real estate. He laid 
out and disposed ol several additions to the city ol' No'walk, and built a 
great many houses, a large lunnber of which he retains. His enlei 
prise has been a factor of importanci- in the growth of the city. He 
has been actively connected with a nundjer ol industries and business 
enterprises calcidated to promote the growth ol Norwalk. He was one 
of the founders and i.« \'ice President of the Norwalk Savings bank. His 
financial operations have not been confined to Norwalk, he having assisted 
in organizing the ICuc'id Avenue Savings bank of Cleveland and is now 
its president. He has been very successful in his undertakings and there 
is seemingly a brilliant future for him. 

DR. A. SHKIJMJN, 

Eldest son of Rufus and Mary Griffin Sheldon, was Ijorn in Greenwich 
township. He passed his early years upon a farm. At quite a juvenile 
age he commenced teaching .school, and fin' .several years divided his lime 
between teaching and going to .school at Oberlin. He graduated at the 
Cleveland Medical College, and practiced medicine, until in 1SS4. I'e 
became connected with tile Lauing I'rinting Co., and took up his home 
in Norwalk. His affable ways made him many friends, and in IS'.'ii he 
was elected Auditor of Huron county. He has been a very popular 
official, and was re-elected in IMI-J. 

FREDERICK. CHRISTIAN WICK.HAM, 

The Uiird sou of Judge FVederick and Lucy Bancroft Wickham was 
born in Norwalk, Huron county, Ohio, .\ugust o, lf<4:2. When a lad he 
attended the public .schools of Norwalk. When ready to complete his 
education enlisted in August. lHi2, in the l"J:!d O. V. I. regiment, serving 
as commissary of the regiment until mustered out with his regiment in 
June, 1S(!."). Was postmaster of Norwalk for eight years. Is a printer 
by trade, and assistant local editor of the Norwalk Daily Reflector. He 
resides with his family in Norwalk, Ohio. 



HON. I.. C. L.Wl.lN. 
I.. C. I.aylin was born in Norwalk, ()., Septei 



ber 2S, 1848. He 



graduated from the Norsvalk high school in 1«II7. In IS'il' he was 
elected sui«.rintendent of the IWUevue public .scIum.Is, which i>..sition he 
held for six years. He was admitted to-lhe bar in 1N77. He was city 
clerk of Norwalk for two years and mend)er of the Huron county board 
of examiners, three years. In 1X711 he was elected prosecnting att.iniey 
ol Huron ci>unty and held that olfice b.r seven years. He was elected 
t(i the state legislature in lx.s7 and twice re-elected. In \X-<2 he was 
chosen speaker of the house of representatives. Mr. I.aylin is now 
engaged in the practice of his prolessioii, ranking among our leading 
attorneys and most public spirited citizens. 

JOHN GARDINER 
W.is born September •>, IXltJ. at Gardiner's I'oint. Connecticut. In 
ls:!l ht attended school at 1! icon Academy, Connecticut. In the fall of 
IM:.', he was peistiaded by his uncle, J. M. Latimer, to visit Ohio and in 
-May, is:',:;, he arrived at Norwalk. After clerking for a time in the 
store of P. and J. Latimer he took a clerkship in the Bank ot Norwalk 
and afterward bec.mic its cashier. In 1840 he began the business of 
merchandising and continued in that until 1x47. when he. with others. 
established the Norwalk branch ol the State Hank of Ohio, witli which 
he remained as cashier ."lul manager until the bank closed its busine.ss in 
18i;.). He then organized Tile Norwalk National Bank and has sinc^ 
been its President. 

Mr. C>ardiner was one of the origin.d incorporators of the Toledo. 
Cleveland and Norwrilk Railway company, which afteiward became the 
Cleseland and Toledo Railway company. He was a director in that 
company and for a considerable time its president. He is a diiector ot 
the Siiidusk\ , M.msfield and Newark Railway company and has lieeii its 
president for a number of years. He has also l)eeii counected with other 
railway enterprises and projects ol a similar clia'.acter. 

Ry industry, integrit\- .and perseverance he has accumulated a hand- 
some loituiie and is one of the largest properly holders in Huion county. 

He married, in lx4:'i. Miss Frances Mary Josiin and four children 
have been reared. 

HON. C. P. WICKHAM 
Was born in Norwalk and had been admitled to the bar, after graduating 
from the Cincinnati Law School, shortly before the breaking out of t!ie 
civil war. linlisting in IXGl as a private in the onh O. V. I., he 
served all through the war and returned as Lieutenant Colonel of his 
regiment. 

Resuming his law practice, he was elected pro.secnting attorney and 
afterwards common pleas judge. He w.as elected member of coiigie.ss, 
resigning from the bench to take his .se.at in Washington. He .served 
through the ■Otilh and .")lst Congresses, being appointed by Si)eaker Reed 
chairman of the important committee on Coinage. Weights and Measures. 

Since his public career terminated he has diligently practiced his 
profession, his practice extending to all the counties of northern Ohio, 
his services being freiiuently called lor when important mailers are in 
litigation. Judge Wickham is justly regarded at home and abroad as one 
of Ohio's leading citizens. 

JUDGE FREDERICK WICKHAM 
Was born in New York City, March 11, 181-2. His boyhcod w.as spent in 
Sodus. N. v.. where the family moved swni alter his birth. M the age 
of 21 he and his brother opened a store in Norwalk, O.. and there in l.x:>.) 
he married Miss Lucy B. Preston, the only daughter of .Samuel Pre.sto!!. 
who in lx:ll) founded the Reflector. A short time alter his marriage Mr. 
Wickham entered his father-in laws printing office, and that occiip.ilion 
he has follo.ved ever since. Aside from his editorial duties. Judge \\ ick- 
ham has taken a very .active and prominent part in the affairs of his com- 
munity and state. He has been a.s.sociate common pleas judge, a mem- 
ber of the Ohio senate, mayor of Norwalk, and has held many other hon- 
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HON. CAI,i;i! II. c.M.i.n- 

Was 1)1)111 ill Norw:ilk, in l.s:U .lli.s >;Kimllatlur, I'l;iU liL-iK-ilict, hiiik IIil- 
first house ill XorwalU, in 1S17. Me j;r.ulualf(l al Madison University, 
HaiTiiltoii, X. v.. in Is'iii, and at tlie Ciiicinnati Law .School in IM-'iS. 
Practiced law in Michij;.ni until IH72, was prosecuting attorney in that 
state ten consecutive years, and iiieiiiberof its legislature in IfiGU- 7. Since 
Ids return to Xorwalk iii 1S72, he has l)een an active friend and promoter 
of all worthy pnlilic eiiterpri.ses and to l>is efforts and energy Xorwalk 
is largely indelited lor the possession of the Wlu-eling and Lake 
Ivrie k. K. and its shops, The A. li. Chase factory and many other im- 
provements. He is I'resident of the Home Sivings and Loan Co. of 
Norwalk. 

MAT'rHh:\v .mcki;lvi;v 

Was iHirn in Wcslmorchuul count)-, I'a., January ^Jn. IT'.U. The records 
of the pension department show that his father, William McKelvey. was 
granted a pension for si.\ years' actual .service in the Revolutionary war. 
The family removed from l'eniis\lvania to Portage count)'. Ohio, in 
1804, from there to Trumbull county, in ISOi;, .md from there to 
Oreenlleld townshiii in 1^1.'). Xanc\ Adams was horn in Wiiidom 
county, \'ermont, July •'in, IT'.'S, and with licr parents moved to Creen- 
liekl township, in ISIo. Iler lather, liildad Adams, was one <if the first 
three commissioners of Huron county, and she tau.ght the first school in 
Peru township. It was at Max\ille, and w.is one lA the first in the 
county. Xancv Adams and Matthew .\lcKelve.\- were married March 
27, ISIS, in (Jreeiifield township. .Soon after their marriage they moved 
to the town of Portland, now the city of Sauduskx', where the originals 
of the portraits appearing elsewhere in this volume were painted. The\ 
are believed to have been the first portraits painted in u h.it was then 
Huron count), now Huron and birie counties. Mr. McKel\e\- was 
engaged in the mercantile business at Portland until ISJ.J, when lu- 
moved to Paris, now Plymouth, Huron and Richland counties, where 
he purchased and completed the tliiril frame building erected in that 
locality, opened the first general store, and materially aided in ad- 
vancing the growth of the town by building a considerable number of 
houses In 1S:1II he erected a building lor the purpose and established 
a "Seminary for Voung Ladies." The) resided in PI) mouth until 1S41. 
when the)- moved to Hardin count)-. I)ut returned to PI) mouth in lS4l'. 
Mr McKelvey died in Greenfield towlisliip March LS, IS.VL They had 
ten cliildren, seven .girls and three bo\s. Tile three youngest of the 
children are still living: Martha. Mrs. ]•.. C. Scovell. in ('.reeiitield 
township, Matthew, in Tiffin, Ohio, and John, in .Sandusky. O. 

HOX. ELKUTHLROS COOKIC 
Died at his home in Sandusky, December 27, ISIU. For nearly a half 
century, his name was identified with many i)ublic enterprises and im- 
provements incident to the settling of the iMrelands. He w.is the 
pioneer of railroad eiiterpri.se in the West, having been the original pro- 
jector and an earnest co-worker in the construction ol the Mad River 
Railroad, which was the first railroad built west of the Allegheny Moun- 
tains and the fourth in the United States. He served in both branches 
of State Legislature and as a iiiember of Congress. As a lawyer he had 
few ecpials in Ohio. He was born in Granville, X'. V., December 2"i, 
17S7, the year in which the i-onstitution of the United States was framed 
by the general convention, and his name Llentheros was given in coiii- 
luemoration of that event. 

He was at one time a resident of Lyme township, at Cooke's Corners, 
this county, and a view of his home, the liirth place of his son, the emi- 
nent financier, Jay Cooke, is given el.sewdiere in this volume. 

I''. I'. WILDMAX. 

Mr Wildman was born September 24. l.S4(), in Clarksfield town- 
ship, Huron county, where he was reared and became the recipient of a 
g<Mid educat on 

When a young man he engaged as a helper with the milling firm of 



Hates and Gilbert, of Xorwalk. Later he removed tt) Iowa Palls, !i.u:\. 
where he was employed in a mercantile estalilisliment. In ISSO, liavin- 
returned from the west several years i>reviiius. he embarked, in a .sni.iU 
wa) , in the dry goods and notion business at Oberlin: and later at Kip- 
ton, Lorain county. In ISlSil he remo,ed to Clarksfield. and in l>i'.il (,, 
West Clarksfield, where, until ISI'.j, he successfully conducted a large 
general store. Mr. Wildman is a staunch Republican and in Ai)ril. 
1MI2, was appointed postmaster at West Clarksfield. He now resjiles 
ill Xorwalk, having retired from active business engagements. 

CAPT. SAMUia, hi".sti-:d 

Left Danbury, Conn., early in the spring of 1817, and in the suinnier of 
that year located in Clarksfield township, and was the first white settler. 
He immediately began the work of tlie erection of the first dwellinc:. wliii li 
was of logs and Inrnished in ir.o.st primitive style. He .soon after le- 
turned to Connecticut and in the following year. 1S|S. he again made the 
joiirne)- to his log house in the wilderness of Clarksfield lown>li:p. ami 
liter erected the fir-l Irame house in the tcjwnship, it being situated in 
the ■Hollow." 

He was prominent in pioneer improvements, and assisted greatl) in 
the advaiueineiit of all measures calculated to be of benefit to the com. 
iiiuuity. He was religiously, a Presbyteiian, and conducted at hi.s home 
the first religious services held in Clarksfield township, he reading <iom 
volumes of sermons brought with him through the forests to ClaiksfieUI. 

GI'ORGIi IIARSOX GIUKS 

Came to Norwalk, Ohio, from Xorwalk, Ctnin., with his father's family in 
is IS. The portrait appearing el.sewhere was made when he was thirty-five 

years of age. 

THI'ODORb; WI1.LI.\.\IS. 

.Mr. Theodore Williams i> a native of Xorwalk. O., and w.as Iktu Jan- 
uar\ :;, lS2n. His father was a law)er of prominence, and was lor sev- 
eral ) ears i)rosecutiiig attorne) of Huron county. Mr. Williain>' ele- 
nieutar) education w.is obtaiiieil in the district and private school.- of 
tl'.at early date, and was completed in llie X..rw.ilk Seminary. In ls;!4 
he commenced clerking in llie store ol P. and J. M. Latimer, in .Xorwalk. 
In is:'i7 he entered upon a clerksliip in the store <.f .Milton W. G.mkIiiow. 
succeeded in a short time b\- the linn of Goodnow & I'Mwards. Ill 1>>4:; 
he became an e(|ual partner in the firm of Goodnow & Williams. This 
partnership continued until January. 1S.>1, when by the death of .\Ii. 
Goodnow it terminated, and Mr. Williams purchased Mr. GiKidiiow's 
interest in the business. 

Mr. Williams continued in the bu>iiiess of merchaiidi-ing until 1"^^-'. 
a period of 42 vears. Upon retiring he found himself the owner ol t'.vo 
merchant llouring mills, one located in Xorwalk. and the other near 
Toledo, and these to.gether with the managing of his several larnis. 
occupy most of his time and attention. In 1SS2 he was elected presi- 
dent of the I'irst Xational bank of Xorwalk. holding the iMisitioii lor 
eight years, when he resigned after l)eiiig re-elected to the ixisition. He 
has al.so held other offices of trust and responsibility, and i> at pre-eiit 
president, secretar) . treasurer and superiiiteiideiit ol WiMidlawn ceiii- 
eter) . 

In 1S70 he was elected on the State Hoard of luiuali/ation. Kor 
seventeen years he was a member of the board of education of the public 
scho<ds of Xorwalk, and occupied during a large part of the time the po-i- 
tioii of \)resideiit of the board. 

InSeptember. ISlil. Mr. Williams was married to Miss .Mary Isabelle 
Goodnow, b)- which union six children were born. 

RKV. JOHX H. PITKZICL, 

Was born in Frederick county, Md., .\pril IS. 1814, son of Heiiiy 
and Mary P. Pite/.el ; moved to Licking county, Ohio, in the spring ol 
1823. Here his parents twice went into the unbroken forest, in each 



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place buiUIiiij; a lojj lioiisf nml cleariiii; land. May ]■'>. I^.'S, tlic lallicr 
ilicd. Ill tile spring of IXl-'l' llie hioIIilt Willi lier ^ix cliildixii. iiuivtil \t> 
Tifliii, O., ulitie John, duriiij; five >i.ar>, k-.irned tlsc >ad<iUrs trade. In 
the sjiriiiK of li^M, he entered the old N'orwalk seniiiiaiy. The iieNt 
year he entered the Methodi.st Itinerancy, with which, in .Michii;aii anil 
(~)hio, he has been coniiecled sixlyoiie ycar.s. He has been a nicniber of 
the Methodi.st Cluirtli nearly sevcntytwo.ytai.s. Of a former wile one only 
child .survives, Mrs. Carrie IC. Painter, wife of kev. W. II. Painter, of 
V'eriiiilli(jii, Oliio. He niariied .Mrs. V,. A. lireckeiiridne, December M, 
1SS7, with whom his home has been of late, in Xorwalk. 

JAMKS WHirPLK liAKICU, 
The eldest .son of Timothy liaker, was bom in Fairfield, Herkimer 
coniily. N. Y., May 11, iNll', and came to Norwalk the same year arriv- 
iiij; September :'l. His education wa.s in the Norwalk Academy, and a 
short time in Uenison Uiiiversily, in Giauville, Ohio. I'Vom 1841 to 
18I.5 he was eiigas^ed in the mercantile business in company with his 
father, under the firm name of J. W. liaker & Co. And again from IMS 
to l;<il with N. H. Jennings, under the name of Haker & Jennings. 
I'rom 1S45 to 1S.J8 he cariied on the foundry and machine business, cor- 
ner of Iwst Main and Medina (now Woodlawu) streets. 

From 1841 to 1S4'), he held the ofTice of township clerk: Isl.') and (i 
he was a meinber of the city cjuncil. From 1877 to l8S:i he was deputy 
collector of internal revenue, having the counties of Huron, Seneca and 
Crawford as his district. He has lor manv years been prominently con- 
nected with the Baptist church. 

MRS, MARY HIGGINS GHiliS 
Was born in li^-.th. New York, May 17, 18i2(!, the daughter of James Gil- 
bert Higgins. Her mother was Charlotte Townsend. In 18;>j she came 
'o Norwalk, living with her uiandiather, Rev. David Higgins, a pioneer 
Presbyterian preacher and a Revnlutionary soldier. For a few years she 
lived in Ottawa, III, and with her father enduring the countless priva- 
tions of genuine pioneer lite. Her father died in 18411. and she returned 
to Noiwalk, marrying here in ISPi, Ral]ih Mai\iii Gibbs (son of one 
of Norwalk's earliest .settlers, D.ivid Gibbs), who was born in 1824 and 
died suddenly of cholera in 18J4, leaving her a widow with four small 
children, three daughters and one .sou — James G. Gibbs. 

She made her home with her sj,tei, Mrs. IClizabeth H. F'arr, and un- 
til the death of Mrs. F'arr in l^l'v!. the two were inseparable in works of 
religion, benevolence and Icniperaiice. For half a century she has been a 
zealous meinber of the Presbyterian church, and for as long she has taught 
a class in the Sunday school. For forty years she was a member of the 
choir, most of the time as (.rganist. leader, and as the principal sojjrano 
singer of the town ; her mu.sical talent was always ready to respond to 
every call of a public nature. F'or twenty years she has regularly con- 
ductc.l religious services on Sunday in the jail ; and in many other ways 
lur time ami talents have been devoted to the good of others. 

FXIZAP.ICTH HIGGINS FARR. 

Was born in Bath, N. Y., June 17, 18-J:>, and with a sister came to 
Norwalk in 18:j.j, and was reared by her grandfather Rev. David Higgins. 
a pioneer minister. In 18.j.") she married Joseph M. F'arr. one of the 
lounders of the Norwalk Ivsperiinent. She was a life long member ol 
the Presbyterian church, and was a faithlul and beloved teacher in the 
Sunday .school. As a worker in the temperance cause, in the Relief 
Society, among the poor, and among the unfortunate, the sick, tlie dying, 
in every walk of life, her .labors were constant and marked by that tender 
sympathy and that forgetfulness of self which attested their genuineness. 
She died July 2.'), 18!t:l. 

MRS. F. A. PITKZKI,. 

Miss Ivslhei Ann (^.ibbs was born in Norwalk, Conn., April iM, 181.1. 
With her pareius, Samuel R. Gibbs. Sr., and wife, and six children, her- 
self included, she came to Norwalk, Ohio, in June, 1818, and setlkd on a 



farm in I-^ast Norwalk. The familv lived in several places but returned 
'o Norwalk, where she became a student in the old Norwalk 
Seniinary. .She was a teacher one year at the Wyandot Mission. In 
l.^:|ii she married Rev. George W. Brecktnridge, and spent thirty-three 
lia[ipy years with him in the itinerancy, blest with a lainily of seven 
children, four boys and three girls, of whom one daughter and three s<jns 
survive. She has lived in Norwalk now nearly twenty years. In Is^T 
she was married to Rev. J. II. P.te/.vl. with whom in her ipiiet home she 
expects to spend the remnant of her d.iys. She has been a niemljer of 
the Methodist ICpiscop.il Church for sixty-two years. 

MRS. M. A. CORWIN 

Is a daughter of the late Hon. Timothy Baker, one of Norwalk's 
earliest iiioneers. She was educated at the old Norwalk Semiiiary when 
it was a leading institution of the state. In 1840 she married Rev. Ira 
Corwin. Mrs. C'orwin has been a prominent leader in promoting the 
literary and social culture of Norwalk. where she now resides at an ad- 
vanced age. respected and beloved by all who know her. 

CHARLHS v.. NF.WMAN 

Was born June *i, 1820, in Greene county, New York. He came to 
Norwalk in 18.')4 with his parents, who located upon a farm in Bronson 
township. He attended the Norwalk schools, and when a young man 
de\ oted .some time and attention to teaching. In l>4<i he embarked i:i 
mercantile pursuits in Norwalk and continued in .same for many years- 
He at one time conducted the St Charles Hotel. 

Septemb.-r ^'>, 1842. he married .Mary F'ay.who was lx)rn in Norwilk. 
in 1821, her parents being among the first settlers. 

He was distinguisheil for his earnest work in the church and Sunday 
school. He was one of the most active members of the F'irelaiids 
Pioneer Society, and took great interest in its work. His life among us 
was well spent, and at his death, November 14, 18.s7, manv who cher- 
islieil his friendsliip vere left to mourn his departure. 

SAMl'KL F. NKWMAN. 

Sumuel I". Newuian was born Juh 10. 1.'<2'1, at Greenville. Greene 
county. New Yoik. In IS^U he moved with his p irents to Huron county, 
where he received his education in the district sclnxil. augmented by a 
short course at Bahiwiu's Institute located at Berea. <). After teaching 
district .school for five > cars, he was called to fill the chair of mathematics 
and natural science in Norwalk Institute in 18.'i2. teaching three jears. 
He then taught in the public schools until the year IS.IS. Resigning, lie, 
with Rev. .A. C. Brainard, established the Western Reserve Normal .-chool 
at Milan, O. Rev. Brainard resigning after two years. Mr. Newman ron- 
ducted that school as principal tor eleven years. During that time over 
1,1100 teachers were educated. In lS7lMie returned to Norwalk and en. 
gaged in the insurance business, which business he now lollows. In l>>'>2 
he was appointed county examiner of schools, a position he has filled 
almost constantly since that time. He was a member of the Norwalk 
City Council, and of the Board of Kducation, for several terms. In 1>i;0 
Keiiyon College granted him the honorary degree of A. M. 

COL. C. L. KHNNAN. 

Cortland L. Kennan is the son of Jaras and Charlotte E. ( C»ardiner I 
Kennaii, one of the pioneer families of Huron county, the father having 
took up his residence here in 18;!1. The son was Inirn December 2'.'. l'«47. 
He was educated in the (mblic schools of Ni>rwalk. and at Adelbert 
College, from which he graduated in 1^7'!. He afterwards studied law, 
and has been one of the prominent members of the Huron county bar. 
Mr. Kennan has a decided love for military affairs. In 1877 he joined 
Co. G., Kith Regt.. O. N. G. He was promoted rapidly and l>ecame First 
Lieutenant in 18S2. In 1>'87 the company was transferred to the "itli 
Regt.. and in 1>><7 he became Lieutenant Colonel. He was elected as 
Colonel ill 180:5. Col. Kennan, as a comnianding officer, is regarded as 
one of the best in the National Guard, 



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UlvV. T. F. IIII.DKI'.TII. A. M , I). I)., 

Is a ii.itive of Toiiipkiii^ t<niiity. \. V., luirn NnvL-iiilicr -■<. l>^Jli. Hi: 
came with his paic-iits U) Huron county in IS.'!:!. Mis cihicalion wu^. oh- 
tainei.1 in the (.onnlrv .schools ami al the old Norualk SL-uiinarv. He- 
studicil law in the ollkx- at tlic Hon. SaiiuRl T. Wocistci. but before com- 
pleting the course necessars to ailinit him lo the liar, he was licensed as 
a local preaciier in the M. 1'.. cliuieh. He occupied severaf leadinj^ ap- 
pointments and had so risen in prominence in 1>>I!4, that he was stationed 
at Trinity M. K. church, New York cit\ . l-'ailing health obliged his 
resignation of thatcliar^'c and in 1NU7, he returned to Xorwalk. A year 
later he was j;ivcn charge ol the local M. H. Churcli. He has since 
held many pastorates of prominence in Michigan and Ohio. Dr. Hil- 
dreth is a very eloc|uent speaker and few excel him as a lecturer or pulpit 
orator. Having; retired froi!> active ministry, he now lives in a quiet 
way in Norw.ilk. He retains a high degree of \ igor ol both body 
and mind and his services in the pulpit or on the platform are much 
sought. 



lUAVAkl) ICVKLVN HISTHIJ, 
Son ol Samuel Hasted, was born in iJanbury. Conn.. IJeceml>er l-!. 1mi.', 
and came with his father's family to Clarkslield. Huron Co , Oliio, in 
1>*11). He married Deborah Oray. December LI, 1n:!1. Iu 1>41 .Mr 
Hn.sted was elected sheriff of the county, and M;rve<l two terui.s, rectiv 
ing his first commission I'rom Thomas Corwin, and his second from (',(,\ 
Shannon. Afterwards he held tlie office of county treasurer for tw.i 
terms. For many years Mr. Hnsltd was in the boot and shoe bu>iiie«, 
with his brother-in law. I^raslu< Gray, who came lo Norwalk in 1^ ;j. 
Mr. Husted died Decemljer 24. 1"<7S. hi.s wife September 'J*^. 1^n4. The-, 
were active inemtiers of the Xorwalk Congregational church, trans- 
ferring tlieir membership lo that body soon after its organization. To 
Mr. and Mrs. Hii.-.ted were born ten children, seven of them living to 
become themselves, patents. For .several years he was a memlier of iht 
rnion School board, and always took an active pari in whatever would 
advance the best interests of Norwalk. 



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INDEX OF VIEWS. 



I-ACP. 

A CniiullwcU I.r.oniiK.live IV.i 

A l.aii.liiiarl; „f Towiiseiiil Townsliip ■"." 

A North K;iinkl(l Striit View '.s 

A l-iom-L-r Home n 

A Rural Sieiii- li 

A Rural Sriiu- iRal rlviuoutli I'l:: 

A Scciic Iroiiilhi' I'orlfoliodf NMliirc -I'l 
A Spriii^liouse in lfreeiiti*?M Town- 
ship :il 

A SuiMiiKr I,ani!si-apc 7". 

A \iiw <.ii tliL- Northern Olii.i R.iil- 

r.aii ;;in 

A Vii-w at Slri)nj;'s Rii!j;e S'i 

A Vii-w at SU-nl)cn MM 

A Vitw from a jioiiit in l-'ainiclil 

Township s.:: 

A View in Crei-nlawn CcniLfiy. 

rlyniouth l'>0 

A View in (^.rt-t-nlawn Cenielerv 

Plymouth '. IV! 

A View in Nineveh Cenietcrv. C.ricn- 



A View in WciMlawn CeunHer 
A View in W'ootUawn Ce'neler 



A View in New T.omlon Ceim ter 
A View of I'lvliunui; Ceni.terv... 
A View of the I'uldic Scpiaie, 1 



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taken at the cel-l-ialii 
the one laimlreth birlh.la 
Martin Kell..^!: 

AIiIm e. Aaron, resilience of 

Ahbev's Ci.ler Mill 

Alji.e'y. }•;. A., resi.leme ol 

Abhey, W.iller S.. lesulelioe of.., 

Abbott, S 1.., resi.lcMce of 

Ailvcni thnrcli, Tile Nr.rw.ilk 

Alexaniler, .Mrs. J. II , resi.lciu-e 



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Auj;nsla, resilience of.... 

Albright, Isaac, residence of 

Ames, Marri-on, resilience ol 

Ames, Joseph, resilience of 

Arneiid, I*'rank. resilience of 

An April Snow 

An Uval Kock in I'eru Creek. .. 
An OM Time RisiiUnce at Hii 



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An -(Jill Swininiin' ilole" .s7 

Aiiilrews. A. V., resilience of T'.l 

Anrhews, S. V. residence and mill of I Vs 

Andirvoii. C. W.. b.irns of -Jl'.^ 

Andrews. \V. S. s.des stable of ICT 

Andrews, \V. S , residence of 17."i 

Aii,;;ell, Kplir.mn. residence of !I7 

,\ntciH-n, Aii,v.'nsl. residence of 7.'t 

Another \icw Iroin point in I'air- 

held Township ii:. 

Archer, Aim. in V... residence of -Jli:! 

Armstr;.iin. llr. W. H.. residence of.. I'.i 
Arnold, II. l.Cniiiinlaclnnni; pl.iiit :iil 

Arnold, D.J. C . residenceof Wl 

Aniolil, 1... residence of. 11)1 

Art/., Joseph, residence cf i:'.:'. 

Ashland street. New I.oiulon :l.S 

Ashton. William T., residence of S7 

Atwaler, Mrs. G. I'., residence of IM 

Atwooil. hlmer, residence of. li'.i 

Anble. Mrs. Retsv, residence of luii 

Autnnin Corn Husking near North 

I-airfield .". \1 

B. & O. Railway depot at Ronijlitoii- 

ville I'll! 

R. S: <>. Railwav depot atCrecnwich. '.il 

R. ^L n. Kailw.u ice hon-es Chicago tU 

R. & (1 K.,il«av cros>iiiu' at Cliica.i;.). li.i 

R, S; O Railwav I'.epot .H Cllicnao.... -J'.l 

It. iS; (I. Railway depot at rivmouih. Is 

Hachrach, H , risideuic of.! l-..") 

Rachrach, Israel, resilience of |i;=. 

Rackerslock. IoImi. vrsid.-nce of li.-. 

H.iker .\ . The old homestead of. -J-J-'i 

Baker, David anil .Mary, re.-i,lciice of I'.il 

Ralduin, C. J., residenceof 7u 



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Raldwin, D. \V, lesideiircof -.'Is 

llaldwin. John A, residence of .■.:■. 

Rank, The l-irst National of .Mon- 

roeville .Sli 

Raptist Chnrch at New London ■.'•.' 

Haptist Church at I-itchville 1'.'.'. 

RaptistChnrch.it Norwalk In 

Rarher, C. R., residence of 171 

Rare, D. T.. residenceof, 'Jn.') 

Raker, Norman, residence of H'J 

Rarker, Alton, residence of. 2.V.I 

Rarker, C. K., residence of 174 

Rarker, H. W., residence of. 1S,S 

Rarncs, llenj., residence of. i:il 

Rariies, S. \V., residenceof. lOS 

Rarticv. i;. 1'., residence of I'.W 

Rarnhart, A., lesidence of. :;17 

Rarnhart, IC, residence of Imi 

itanutm, j. N., Krist mill of... 17 

Rarinim, J. .N., residence of. \-'.> 

Rarr. Walcott S.. residence of. l-^l 

i'.arr, \V. S., residence of 1S.S 

Raire, DwiRht M., residence of. |.S7 

liarre, Ira C, residence of. 214 

liarre, Wellinuton T., residence of.... -JH.') 

Rarrett, A. A., residence of Jini 

Rarrett. A. A., residence owned bv,.. ■2M< 

Rarrett, lilock.The .' -w 

li.irrelt's Chapel and school 4:t 

Rarrett. R , residence of 11.7 

Rates, II. C . residence of. 7;' 

I'eardslev, Iv, tile property of. 2-.'« 

Reattie. .\. M.. residence of. 7.s 

Rcatiie. Jolln II., residenceof. Sli 

Rechtle. John, residence of iaO 

liedell, John, residenceof •.-.:(! 

Reelniaii. IC. I.., residence of '.Hi 

Reelman. C, j , residence of. I:il 

Reelman, IV. S., residenceof. ".'"I'i 

Hellinan, \V. S. residence ol i:'..i 

Rell.D. S., residence of. •-'In 

Rell, K. S.. residence of. ISO 

Red. O. D., re.-idence of. I'.il 

ReM, W. I-;., residenceof. 104 

Rell. W. R., residence of Is! 

Relleeue waier works siand pipe ill 

Renedict Avenue school bnildim; .">i; 

RenedicI, b'r.ink \f.. residence oi Isii 

Rcndini; Works at Waken.an :::! 

Henhani RlocU. the :! 

Rerlr.ick. I'rank C, residenceof. 17ii 

Reryer. I'rank, residence of. 47 

Rerjxstroin. 1. G.. residence of '■<'< 

R.rk, loiiii. residenceof TJ-a 

llerrx, ■^-^epllen. residenceof. S.-S 

Rerrv. J. S. residein e of. '.SA 

Retli. .Mrs. A. M., residence of 2'i-". 

Revrii|.;e. ('.. 1) , bl.c ;sniith shop of.. |i;l 

llevri.lKe. r.. D, residence of. Is7 

Ril; l-'onr dejiot at C.reenwicll W 

Hijji'.ow, John, residence of. •Jnil 

Rillsline, M.. residence ol i-'u 

R Ms. Chas., residence of IJA 

Rishops brl-Ue 22 

Bishop, Mrs S irall A., resilience of.. 24:i 

Risho]), Mrs. W. li.. residence of 2.iO 

Bishop, I). A, residence of. 1!I7 

Rissell, t'.eorije and Sarah, residence 

of 221 

Bistline, Marcus, residence of 1-57 

Bislline. M., h'arin residenceof 17tt 

Bixby, George, residence of. 2211 

Rlanchard, II. ('.., residence ol Ii2 

Blake. Mrs. Ann, residence of. 241 

nieile, 1-erdiii Mid. residence; of. liil 

Riiss, I.. J., residence of 247 

Rliss, J. M., residence of 1'.I4 

Rloomer, The t'.eorye. homestead.. 2;f.i 

Roanlni.in, II. K , residence of 7 

Boardm.m, J C, residence of. loll 

RoardmaM. Mis. K , resilience of 4!" 

Roillev, A. G, residenceof.- I"i7 

Roiline. I,. Giiv. resilience ol Ii;.>< 

Roepple. l-iank, residenceof. ^S 

Boepple. Lewis, lesidence ol 127 

llo-arilus lloniesleail. The li 2:i:i 

RoUenbachcr, C, resiilence of , 104 



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Bonniv. Janns \V., residence of. 221 

Boolh.James. residenceof. 24.1 

Host wick .S: Rurjjess I'aclories. The. 2-->M 

Roweii, I)r II. N, residenceof 22'.t 

Bowers. John, residence of. Il 

Bracv, Daniel, residence of, 2ii 

Bracken, Mrs, 1' , resnleiice of. 171 

Rrade, I). I , residence of. HHI 

Bradish,J. D., residence of. '.<•■> 

Bramlev residence. The William 2>i 

BreekeiiriilHe, homesleatl. The 

Mvron 'li''> 

Brenenian, A. L., residence of 171' 

Brenenian, Mrs Mary, residence of.. 2:^'* 

Brenenian. W. G , n si leiice of 217 

Brenenslull, R. H.. residenee ol 22:; 

Bruise over Huron River 11 

Bridge over W. ^: I.. H. Railroad 22 

Rrid:,'covcr Huron River, near Iva- 

lerprise 24 

Bridjie over Huron River, Monroe- 

ville. -li 

Briilye over Huron River. Knter- 

prise '•'•^ 

Bridge and Oil I'nmpiii!' Station Ill 

Bridge over \trniillion River 2«i 

Bridge over \eri:iiIlion River Ilii 

BrigL's, G. T., resilience of. Jft-i 

Brig'h.am, C. A., residence of 201 

Bristol. Mrs. Waley B., residence of- 2<i0 

Brooks, R. H., residence of. 122 

Brown, Carrie E., residence of ^ti 

Brown. H. I"., residence of. Till 

Brown, John, residenceof l:!l 

Brown, John, residence of ::7 

Brown, W. H , residence of. 1 H: 

Brown, T. J., residence of 2i!2 

Blown, Mrs. IClenor, residence of„... IN.{ 

Brown, Widi am, residence of. 2-t4 

Brown, William C. residenceof 21:> 

Brown, I.lovd, residence of. ^'i" 

Brundage. I,. I,., residence ol". 22» 

Bull. J., residence of liiH 

Bnrdge. William, resilience of 212 

Bnrras R. S. residence of 1.M 

Itnrras. C. 1'., resMlenct of 121 

Burras, residence. The liilgar 2."7 

Bnrch, A. W.. residence of 17:1 

Burge, B. M . residence of. liiii 

Burgess, ^Irs. K. A., residence ol 1S2 

Burgess, Mrs. .M. M.. re.sidelice of.... liiO 
Burgess. Mrs. M. M., residence 

owned bv U-0 

Burt, Dr. Iv, residence of. Inl 

Burrows, William, residence of. I7.'> 

Burrows. J. R . residence of Rill 

Business Buildings at Bellevne 10 

Business Rooms. Ashland S' . New 

London 7S 

Bnsiiie?s Section of Chicago 27 

Business Buildings at Chicago 20 

Butlerfield. 1'. I. residence of 2S:l 

Butler Road Cheese 1-actory 07 

Ru/./.ard, L. J., residence- of. 2">4 

Bu7.7.ard, T. W., residenceof. 110 

Calhoun, D.. residenceof. 73 

Callaghan, C. R. residenceof. -V 

Callin. W. II , residtnceof 242 

Camp, William, residenceof 2i;l 

Carpenter. .\ro. residence of 234 

Carpenter. E. A., residenceof IbS 

Carpenter. L. A., residence of. 21S 

Carpenter. Leonard, residence of..... I2ii 

Cariicnler, J R, residenceof 2-N 

Carpenter. Mrs. Susan, residence of.. 2iil 

Carpenter. S G, residenceof. HU 

Carroll. Mrs. M.. residenceof. 4ii 

Carr.The late Mrs. Anna, residenceof 2ii(i 

Carr. M. M. residenceof. 141 

Castle. Grant, residence of. I4.i 

Catholic clinrch at Weavers Corners 4:! 

Cemeterv. Riverside, a view in 

Ceinelerv atilCast Towiisend. a view in .l-'i 
Cemeterv at New London, a view in 44 
Central School Building, Norwalk... r, 
Center street, New Haven Ii»l» 



PAC. K. 

Ch.ase. Piano Co., A. R.. plant 2."i7 

Chase, W. I). Krcenhou.es of. 221 

ChalTee. G. W., sawnidl of 172 

Chaffee. J. M , residenceof Ill 

Chanilierlaiu. W. S , resilience of. 171 

Cliapinan, N. S.. residence of _ 2Uii 

Chapin, VVilliani II resilience of 2fKi 

Chapin, K., residence of. "JOT 

Chevraux. Rev. C. V., residenee of... lAii 

Cluesnian. William, residence of l.'iO 

Chicago. Grain Elevator at t2 

Children's Home at Norwalk •''iii 

Chronistcr. W. A., residence of 22r. 

Chnrch of tile Kmacnlaie Conception 71 

Church at Hunt's Corners !'.• 

Citv Hall at Cllicago KM 

Cla'pp, A. r>.. residenceof ll.'< 

Clark, A. A., residence of _ 122 

Clark, C. A., residenceof. 270 

Clark C. S., leside-iceof «'* 

Clark, 1) E., resilience of Rio 

Clark, Maggie Coe, residence of. !!•:: 

Clark, R. W.. residence of 1S2 

Clarksficld Stone ijuarries, a view at 



till 



2<l 



17 



IK 



Clarv Homer, residence. Tile 2:til 

Clawsi.n. p.. residence of HO 

Ciawson. (i. R.. residence of >*! 

Cleland. J., residtnceof 214 

Clemnions, Mrs .\niia. residence of. 2'-"f 

Cleriiiions. Peter, residence of P.'.' 

Cline. George W.. residence. The 2Io 

Colli), JIaggie. resi.lence of 240 

Cobh. Maggie. hide-iious<r l^loiiginK 

to 201 

Toil. A. L. residenceof 22^ 

Cole. Levi, resn hnco of 17 

Cole. C.->lvin. residenceof. i2^ 

Coleman. XL R.. residence of. 1'.'7 

Collins, buildings .it 4.1 

Collins, Dr. A. II . residenee <»". - 2<io 

Colson, W. R , residence of ... . 
Colston. .Mrs. E. M.. nsidenee < 
Coming up hill near Waierworl 

Coinnierical House. Monrotville Xi 

Cone, Thomas, residi-iu-e of 4i 

Congiegational churc)), Nonv 
Congregational chnrch. Wakeinan... 21 

Congregational church. P.ellev»-e '.'I 

Congregational cluircli. Cook's Cor- 
ners 24 

Congregational church. Clarksfield 

Hollow 24 

Congregational chnrch. New London 2'* 
Congregational church. EilchviBe... .'M* 
Congregational chnrch. t'.re^ nwidi-.. I ill 
Congregational chnrch. Ed.vard's 

Comers 17:i 

Conry Martin, residence ol 7S 

Conrv. P. T.. residenceof :SI 

Cooke. Jav. liMthplace of 43 

Cooke, lo'hn. farm lesidcnee of. :;4 

Cooke. William H. residence of. 2111 

Cookinghaiii.il. M. residence of_... 217 

Copsey, L. A.. residei».-e of. *»:> 

Corner of I'rout and Motsoii streets, 

Chicago - 4i» 

Corner of Main and West streets. 

Rellevue 'o 

Cor)ier Mvrtle avenue and Pearl 

street, Chicago - Il-') 

Corner Maple amt Dale avenues. 

Chicago 120 

Corner Main and Pleasant streets. 

Chicago .-- !>•; 

Corner E.ast Main and Woo.lland 

avenue. Norwalk 71^ 

Corner East Alain and PaMie streets, i.l 
Corwin, Mary A . the homestead of.. S2 
Cortlite. Mrs. l.ydia. re-iilence of... 31 

Couch, William, resilience of 00 

Court House. Norwalk •'•■■i 

Cowie. James (",.. residenceof lS-'» 

Crabhs. Mrs. p.. residence of -... 233 

Craig. E . residence of 101 

Cross, C. A., residence of. - 131 

Crooks, J. W., residence of- IS'- 



Ill >o-j..'.*l.> ■• •>! •[ .!. 



PICTURESQUE HURON. 



CroiiV 


8, Mrs. (. 


, r< 


M.IC 


we 


«(. 


C 


ott 


■, Michac 
II. \v. I,. 


■ '^ 


lilt 
<k'I 


ic 


III. 
il.. 


C 


ill.i 


rtsdii, I>r 
M.mof... 


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sto 


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>ui 






rl-'.M. I-. . 




.lell 




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lllr. 


jf... 


C 


llv. 


I, I.uralli, 


u> 


.Irll 


.i- 


)!.. 


I.' 


Jill 


-s. jMl.n. 


USU 









Kwiiix, Dr. .\ . rcsiili 

I-.K-kkr. Dr . r.-iikii 
1-HikIrr. J)r J. M.. re: 
I-arklcr. l'iiili-\ C. r< 
l-uikler. Mail 
ckler. M. I 



^iraiiiL->. K. !■" . i 
Grav Itlock, Till 



raiilk'lil, 



Curti'.'i. \V. r., factorv ci 
Lii-liiiiaii, llciirv. rcsi.li 
Cu-liiiiaii. Siviii.ur. lai 
Cil-liiiiaii. S-k-Miioiir. re 
Li.vk.-llil.iirs llllil .lain 
(.uvVenilallV mill .Ian 
Cinkcn.lall, \V. li. rtM 

Cuvkcn.lall. W. li , rcsi.lc-.ic <.l ITf. l". 

Ciiyki'iulall, Ko>s, residence of. 

Iiaikv, W K.. risi.leuce of. 

liailiiiv. Clia^.. iibi.knce of...... 

D.iM-i. r.attl. U. r.si.l.iHC of 

ll.ivlr., IkiU.in, ri'.'.ukliceor. 

Davis, !•'. J., rcsiikiu-e of 

Day, licriiard 1"., residence of.... 

Day, K. G.. residence of. 

Danuls, Mary LC, resilience of.. 

Dean. A. (V., residence of 'X'< 

Dean, Mrs. I,ucv C, resilience ol T-'i 

Deer I'ark. a view of tlie old Col. 

y.alnn 'i-l 

Dc Lapp, 1! , residence of 144 

Dentcslield, Christian, residence o(.. '.I'.l 

Derringer, Mrs A. K., residence of... I-Vi 

Despoit, Henry, residence of. I'li;* 

Dewey, Mrs. 1". J., residence of JJ-i 

Dirk. Mrs. Marv, residence of H.'S 

Dick, William, resi.leiice i.f l"ili 

Diekev, S. 1' , resi,lc:ice of ■.;i'< 

Dipple, John. r-si.l.-iice of Ulil 

Disciple Clinrch,i;rceiiHich 2i:i 

Donaldson. 11. N.. resi.leiueof ."d 

Donaldson, J. II., residpiicc of 'I'M 

Doiid, L. I,., residence of sf. 

Drake, Cvnlhia, resilience of. li!' 

Drake, C!\V., resi'U-nce of I'JT 

Drake, Chester V. and Kniiiia T, , 

resldelie.- of -fil 

Dr..ke, I'. II., resi.leiiee ol 11.; 

Dnnliar, l>. I' , residence of HI 

I>uiicaM, James, resiik'iice of I."i0 

Dunks, A. W., residence of lil-i 

Dunn, IJ., resideme of 171 

Duraiid. C H., residence of 4.') 

Harl, Samuel, residence. The Mti 

East Main street, Rellevue .S-i 

East siile Main street, Monroeville.... 1* 
East ulain street school l.nilditi^, 

N'nrwalk l.'i 

East Main street Norwa'.k, Views or.. :.i 

Ka^t Nnrw.i!'.^ eenielerv 4"_' 

East Norw.ilk, A view at lii-'j 

Kbiiljjer, William, residence of |-:'.i 

Ehersole, V. M., residence of -241 

Kckhart, 1'. M.. residence of i."i 

Edna I'lano and Or^an tV I'laiit 40 

E.lsall.T. M., residence of X-i 

Edwards eenielerv, a vi. w of IsC, 

E)..t;ert, Ge.ir-e I.', re^.l.|cllce ol. (i-'i 

Kgic, Frank, resilience of. :14 

Hgle, Mrs. C, re.si.lence of. T'i 

El.lcr, J. M., residence of 'IW 

Ellis. G. W., rcsi.kiice of 'Jl I 

Ellis, Maitiii, resideuce ol -J-.': 

Ellis, Jlrs. Mattie. residence of 147 

Ellis, Sidney, residence of IS7 

Ellis, Si. 111. v H., residence of -Jll-") 

Elmes, A. W.. residence o'. 114 

Emerson, R II., I.l.icksmith shop.... 7J 

Etilcrson, R. H.. resi.leuee of s."> 

Endle, Max, residence of. 'J.'iS 

Enterprise Road view on -^ 

EDterprise. over the Hill at ;>.i 

Episcopal ehappel, the Norwalk 1- 

Eptsco[>al church at Norwalk ■_*7 

Episcopal church and rectory. Helle- 

Erdrich's cooperage works, Relle- 
vue :'..5 

Ervin, 1). R , resilience and shop of. Ii;.s 

Erf, Lewis, residence of -;>ii 

Erf, W. M., residence of s.'i 

Evan,:elical Lutheran church. Men- 

roeville ;W 

Evan>;eli. ai cl.urcli. the, at liellevue 'j:!! 

EverlcJ. IC, residence of IJ'J 

Everingim, Thomas, resi.leuee o.f.... 4.1 



knee of 

idelice of 

residence of 

•esiilelice of. 

resilience of. 

Co., tile shops of... 



l-ancher.J. A . 

I'annili^, W. .\ 

!-ate-Gunsaiill 

l-ate.J. D, res 

I'av, Thomas, residence of.,.,. 

Eeilereiiliach, August, resid. 

1-eit, Jacoli, residence of 

I'elton, A. G 



i<len 



l.-.:t 



1 Cliner, l-elix T.. residence of. 

Feutoii, A. G.. residence of 

I-esseiiden, Hcnj., residence of. 



Dr. W. G 



I'etterhnir. I-:. C. residence ol 'J 

I'ink, A, H., re.idence of -J 

Fink, B. F.. resideuce of 1 

Fink, D. W., residence of 1 

I-'iniii^aii, A. I*., residence of. 

First Lake Shore iie))ot in Norwalk.. 

Fish, GeiirKC S., residence of. 

Fish, ll.mier, home of 

Fil/Kcr.d.l,Johii, resi.knce of 1 

Flanipan, Chas, residence of 1 

Fleslier, \V. F)., resideuce ol 

FHnt.J !•:., residence of ■- 

Flourint; Mill and Warehouse, New 

London 

I'ocUer, Chas.. residence of 

Foster. Carrie i; . resilience of I 

Foster, J. W., residence of.' I 

l'"our County I'.nr. a view at 1 

Fraycr. Aniiirose. residence. The... I 
Frayer, Amhrose and Lucy A., resi- 
lience of. •- 

I'"reeman, Mrs. A. I)., residence of '. 

Freen.au, Ileiirv, lesi.Iencc of ] 

French, A. I... resilience of 

Fries, J <,'.. resi.leuee..'' 

Friends' Church, Fitchville lown- 

slnp 

Friends' Cluinh at Greenwich 

Friend, Jlichael, resilience of. 

Fritz, Anllionv, resilience of 

Fritz, Ma-.hias, resi.leuee of. 

F'ro^ley. CMitliia, resilience of 

Frost, John" A., residence of 

Fryman. R., residence of. 

Fuhr, I'eter residence of. 

Fuller, S M., residence of 

. Fuller, Mrs. iL D., residence of_ 

Gaj^c, .\., residence of 

(■.a<ie. .Mliert. >;eiierol store of 

Gallagher, I. I-;., resilience of. 

Gallup, C. 11. residence of. 

(iailimore. Rev. C , residence of 

Gainhee, Tlieo.. residence of 

i-.amhle, William, resilience of 

Garden street, residinces on 

Gardiner, John, resideuce of. 

Gardiner, (olin Ir, residence of 

Garrison, .Mrs. 'S.irali A., rcsi.leiue 

( '.as we i, iiie firs't'a't MonVoeviiie 

Gates, A. A., residence of. 

G:.therini; flowers ill autuinn 

Gau^heity, William, residence of..... 

Gear\*. .Alex., residence of 

Gihli's, Al.'x., resi.leuee of 

Gchhart, N. I. . resi.leuee of 

r.ibl.s. lames G.. resilience of 

Gihhs, Joseph, residence of. 

Gilisou, S. 1-'. iS: Son, yrist mill of.. 

Gies, M , farni residence of 

Gitlord. L. J. and M. 11., residence of 

G.iles, R. S . residence of 

Giles, R S . resi.leuee of 

Gillett, 1. M.. resi.leiire of 

Gillowav, K.iliert residence of 



G.ilson, .A. li., residence of 

Gilson, A. S.. resideuce 

Giro, .-X , residence of 

Golden, C. R.. residence of 

Golilen, D. I).. resLienee of 

Golden residence. The li 

GoMin.j. I. i;,. reside: ce of 

Goldwo.vl, Mis. Sar.ih, residence i. 

C;ood, I. L, residence of. 

Goodell, I. W., residence of 

Graham, Frank, residence of. 



ray, Sampson, residence of 

reeii. Caherl G., residence o( 

reen, Mrs, Jaiiies, residence of 

reenwich, ICast .Ma.n ^l^eet 

reeuwich ICuterprise, Home of 

rcKory. F. I'... residence of 

Tciforv. John, residence of 

riHiii.A. ;!.. icsidenceof. 

rriliin, A. C. residence of 

rririiii. D , resilience ol*. 

.rillin, Mrs. R. H.. residence ol 

rrilVin, Riley residence of. 

.riswold. R K.. residence of 

,ri)ipy. W. ()., resi.leuee of 

,iiile,J. J., residence of 

iiiinp. Mrs !•;.. residence of 

;ullirie. R. F., Ivkvator 

;urlev. Thomas, residellLt of 



lla 



lie 



Hall, Miss Nell 
Halladav, 1- . D 
Halladav, Hem 
illon, C. .A 
1. Mrs 
III, He 
. -Mrs. 



iileuce of 

, residence of 

residence of 

residence of 

res..le,lceof 



Hamilti. 
Ha 



Ha 



Hankammer, 
llanvill, A. F 
Hanvill. A. F 
Hanvill, C. I' 
Hanvill, C. 1' 
Hanvill, G \ 



residence of.. 17:1 



of.. 



iw mill of 

y mid ol 

dilence of. 

esidencc o*" 



Holtz, Jaeoli, residence of 

llolt/.Jacoh. residence owiie.l lit 
Holzhauer. Henri, residence of..', 

Hopkins. James, residence oJ". 

Hopkins. W W.. resnk-me of 

Horla, .Mr. and Mrs. George, f 

dence of 

Horner, R, T.. residence of. 

Hossler llloek 

Hotchkiss, K C. resilience of.... 

Hotel at Clarkslield 

House. H. K.. residence of. 

How Peru lo'tks 

Howard. Leonard, residence of.. 

Howard. Frank, resi.leuee of 

Howell, li. F.. residence 

Hovl. Mr. H. SI , redideuce of .... 

Ho'vl. W. II., residence of 

Hovt, W. I'., resilience of 

Hovt. Harrv. residence of. 

Huldev, Caroline, residence of.. 

Hutfinau. A., residence of. 

Hulfiuaii, W. 1".. resi.leuee of 

llulliert.C. .v.. resilience of 

HuinMe, Frank, Sr.. residence < 
Hunihle. Frank, Jr., residence <i 

Humphrey. Geo.. s..w mill of 

Hunt, H. il . reside nee of 

Hunter. M. .\ . resilience of. 

Hunter. S. S. residence of 

Huron County Iiilirmary 

Huron County Jail.... 
Hiirsi. .Anil, resideiici 
Hnrsl. W. .M . resideii 



Hanvill, G. W., saw null of 

Hanvillssaw mill 

Il.lrkness, D. M., residence. Tin 
Ilartmaii, I'rank, residence of... 
H-irtwij;, W. L , residence of. ... 

Harvey, John, resilience of. 

Hass, Casper, residence of 

llass. Geor..;eJ., resilience oi.... 

Il.ilch, G. W.. resi.leiue of 

Hatch, G. W, hop v.inl of 

: taken 



lla 



iii.i; 1 



, C W 



The. 



Hawes, O. M.. res 

Hawks, K. W.. resi.len.e nf 

Hawkins, W. H. and C. E., i-esiilenc 

Havuis, Frill, residence of... 

Hazard, Clark D. residence of 

Heail, Mrs. .\iiiia M.. harn on farm o 

Healv. H. A., residence of 

Ileal)-, M's A., residence of 

Heath llros, ),'rain elevator 

Hearsoii, F'rauk I'... residence of... 
Hedrick, Dr. C. W.. residence of ... 

Hein. Almoii. resi.leece of 

Heifer. W. II., residence of 

Heller, L. S., ilrui; sli.re. The 

Heminj;way*s niili at New London.. 
IIeuieuwa\'. T. li., resilience of 



He 



lie 



::r, 


Hensiii;;er, L. P.. residence of.. 


l:;ii 


llerhnlzer. John, residence of... 


i:!7 


Ilershiser, I'. M. residence of... 




lle-ter, 1-inlev 1!.. residence i.f.. 


|.".7 


llesler. John K., resi.leuee oi' 


1711 


Hester. John L.. resilience of 


I'.i-J 


Hester. M.M., resi.!en.-c of 


7:; 


Hester Street School Unil.hin;.... 


11.". 


Hess. Willi.aii, r. si. Knee of 


17.-. 


Hettle. A. lam. residence of 


-.'.i.S 


Hevni.-ui. David, residence ol.... 


'.i,S 


Ilevuian. Mrs. I'. W . residence 


4S 


Hevnian and L.ithain mill .l.mi. 


7i; 


Hevman and I.alh nil mill 


nil 


Ileyman.Johu. residence of 


:« 


Hiit.ee. J 11. res deuce of 


'1-10 


Hililreth. Dr. T. l- . resdeuce of 


i'ili 


Ilill. 11. H. residence. The 


ill 


Hillson, Thomas. ..;.,r.leus ol.... 



.. 1-J.5 Hiltz. Joseph, residence of. 

.. :;.'.S Hiuklev. Joseph, residence of 

.. -IM Hinkle'y. A S. resilience of 

.. I'Jtl Hipp, Andrew, residence of. 

.. ,<:! Hipii. Chas. st.ire and resilience o 

.. •:u: llolfinau lilock 

.. l-J-J Hofiiian. G. W. resideii. e of. 

.. IT'.I ll,.friii.in. .;. W. resid. nee of 

I. Id lIolTiii 111. II. \V.. residence of 

... 71 llollVlaller, I). F'., residence of .... 

.. Id Hole. J. W, residence of 

_. ,si Holcomli, A. C residence of 



•-•Il 
III 



of., 
of... 



Hutchin-on.Jaincs, residence cl. The. "JJ:; 

!ronniou;;er, FUiza. resioenrc of. 'J.'.:! 

Irwin. V. F'., residence of. l.'i : 

J.ickson. T. J., residence of _ 171 

JacKsoti. R. J., residence of llej 

Jacoiis, C. li.. residence ol". \M 

;.aeo!.s, G. V . <:w null of. •.•■-; 

James. D. H resi.leiueof. ^; 

Jenerson.J .hi. A., resi le.ice of. 17-J 

Jennev. .".. I)., resdeiiee of !ni 

Jenney. 11. A , residence ol _. Sll 

Jeiiney. R. S., residence of. I*;:; 

Jeiininijs. Kzra. resi.U iici. 'I'he Si.< 

Jeunint's, Grenurv. n-nlence of. li-'i 

Jewett, WilliaMi V... residence ..f. .... 'Ih- 

Johiisou, Dr. W. 11.. residence o: .-.' 

Johnson. H. H., resi.lei ct of. irji 

Joiner. (.ieorj.je, residence *»f.. .. -ii*J 

Jump, .Menihv, residence of... '.«> 

Jc.ii.p. A. ().. residenc:^ of I'Jl 

Jiiiiip, RoLert. residence of. -'■> 

Jump. W. S . resiiltrii'.f of I-." 

lune. K. .M.. residence of •-"<-■• 

Justice, II. H.. resilience of ■.i!7 

Kappenlierc, .\., resilience of. I'x. 

Kautz.J. II . resi.lence of H- 

Keeler, J. F.. residence of. >■* 

Keeler, .Mrs. M. E.. residence ol \»' 

Keloj;-. P., resilience of •-".7 

Kelloi;;,' ^: Son, Kro.-ery I-'-' 

Kello};!;. J. .\., resideiirc ol _ JV.: 

Kendeitjh. Chas. resideni-e of I* 

Ketchuni. .Aml.riise. resi.lence of :\<'- 

Ketchum, W W.. resi.knceof '-«': 

Kill.iinrne street, li.llevue -i: 

Kill.uni. !•;. H., residence of 7.s 

Kiiit;. Dr Cvrus T.. resilience of. -"-'7 

Kinv;. D. 11.'. residence of 71 

Kinu. R. R., resi.lence. The - H:' 

Kinj;. V. J., residence of. '-•"• 

Kinsel. Ct. W., residence ol is*' 

Kinvon, (>. G.. resilience of -I-' 

Kirk. Mrs. Mary, residence of "! 

Kirkpatrick, A.,' residence of II"; 

Kirkpatrick. R., resilience of -" • 

Kirkwood. Lewis, resilience ol -'•'' 

Kliiik. lolin. residence of. - l'-:- 

Kline. I'.ei.. A., residence of. _ "--'- 

Kiiapp. Mrs. Eli/a. resi.knceof -.-l 

Kiiapp. T. M,. residence of. -■■" 

Knapp, W, A., resulencc of. •-■"-' 

KnifTen. C. 1%.. residence of. - !• • 

Knilleii. D.iiiiel. residence of 171 

Kiiiuht. A. T.. residence of. !>.' 

Kiiipht, P. W.. resilience of ■-"• 

Knowlton. Mis Henre. resi.leuee ol.. -•'[ 

Know ton. O I), resi.lence of. P'' 

Kocheiiderfer, !•:.. residence of. I !'• 



Koihcn.lerk- 



ill of.... 
residel 



Kramer. Frank, Sr 

Kreider. Dr. C. I... resilience of. 

Krei.i;er, Jacob, resi.lence of. 



PICTURESQUE HURON. 



2!>:; 



I'Ar.E. 

I.a Dow, Ani..s, ri-siili-ncf of l!l'-' 

I,!i(lil. J. \V., ri-siilenii- of. Is'i 

I.alcvir. Isa.ic, re>iilenc'j of. a:H 

Lais' llrcwt-rv -^'.i 

I.atniireaux, i>. K., risnlirmi; »l l!"i 

l.aniKrfel.l. A., risiikiici- i,[. 'IM 

I.aliiU-rfilil, Cllas., icsi.UlKi: .if. -llK 

l.aiii-. v. L., ilni); slori' of -MD 

I.all);, Clias., risnltrilCt; of. lU.'i 

I.aiiKri.lj^i-, I-MwanI, rcsitlelice of Tj: 

Lanil.K.J. I-., rcsi.U'iK-u of 7- 

L.iiiiii};. Mrs. Caroline, rcsiileiu'e of. -Ji',-.; 

I.aiillani, H I' . rcsicl.lici- of l::"' 

l.atliai.i, IlanI I... r.siilL-ilcc of liO 

l.atliani. liir.ini. risiilciiOf of. <U 

I.atluiM. Thoinah \V., resilience ol.... lis 

Latinur Itli.ck, Tlu- I 

Lawlrr, H.J . rcM.li-niT of -JJ'.i 

Lnwson, G. C, ri-sidiiKe of. l-l> 

Lawson'fiUliI Store- !■"> 

I.axlin I„ C, rcsi.lc-nce of ■"■') 

l.a'vlin. t . S, ri-siilcni-L-, Till.- 1"! 

I,.uxT, !■■. II., rcsl.k-n.L- of W' 

l,a'zell. Jolin T., rfsiilcncc of aw 

Lea, Mrs. M., ri-si.loncp of Sii 

I.eamic Strt-L-l School HuiMui'; In 

Leak, J. C, residence of 177 

Lee, J. W., residence of 77 

Lewis, B. C, resilience of '.is 

Lewis. !•:. I)., residence of I'i'i 

Levdorf, Capt. l-'. J., resilience of :"1 

LiKlit. r. T., residence of I lo 

I.indcr, La« rence, residence of \i\M 

Linilsey, Miss Masj^ie. old home- 
stead of. -4'.' 

T/indsey, William, residence of. -t-'i 

I^inwood Avenue Vinrluct i:: 

Linwood Avenue, view of 21.0 

Little, K. K., residence of 4li 

Locomotive SS7 170 

LollHud, William and Sarah, resi- 
lience ol iis 

Lont;, I'. H , residence of I'd 

Looking West from Hlue Klv '.ilo 

Love, rr.mk, residence of...'. M 

Lovijov. 1). M.. r.sidence of \->'.> 

Low. R. '•:., residence of 17.". 

Lowe, Marshall W.. residence ol 7H 

Lowery, !•■ .\., resilience of. Ml 

Lowery, ]. W., residence of.... iiil 

L. S. eS: M. S. Rnil\vav,.Vie«-s a'.ont; 

Line of. Hi. 17, liS, :il, :; ;. l;l, ."cj 

Lucal, Conrad, resilience of -11 

LulluT:in Church, NorwalU 1" 

Lutheran Church ant! l'arso.ia}4e. 

rivmouth -Jo 

Lutts.'l'. JL. residence of. 1-iii 

L}-me Cou^rcj^ational Clnncli s^; . 

I^ynu, M. IC, residence of Iiio 

Lyon, David, residence of. l.'.l 

Mcnride, J. C, residence of 1 HI 

McCagur, T J., residence ol Ii.t 

McCandless. Iv D,, residence of l-'.:! 

McCandlcss. Mrs. M . residenee of... •J-".J 

MeCallon, C. A., residence of 17.", 

McCauu.Mrs. M.II , residence of.... ,S(1 

McClne, Charles, resideuce of. J:;! 

MiCla\e. Ch.irles. pimltrv farm ol... 17.S 

McClnu-hcv. Ch.i.s,, residence of IJ-". 

McChuchev, William, residence i-f... I 17 

McCormiel;, li. I'., n si.lcice of I'J'. 

McConnu-k, K. I-.., residence of -Jill 

MeCrdlis, Mil... residence ol ■l.l'i 

McCrillis »V Lockwood, factorv of, 

Norwalk .'. 211! 

:\IcCriIlis X Lockwood factory, ruins 

of 21il 

.McCollonHh, Sol., residence of I.s;; 

McDonald, .\., residence of so 

McDonald. I. M., residence of 17 

McI>onalil, R. A., residence of 217 

MclClliHott.Jas., residence of 114 

McCraw, JaiTies, residence of 171 

McC.uckin, G. A., residence of 2"i.s 

McKinnev, Dr. residence oL 4!i 

McLauiih'lin & Co's ^rain elevator, 

Bellevne .-. :;il 

Mcl,ani;h!in, Ira, residence of Isi) 

McLauKhlui, Ir.i. saw mill of I'.ni 

McLnuvhlin. J. IL, resnlcnce of l.-'ii 

McL.-muhliu.J A., resilience ol 177 

McMillcM, Dr. W., residence of iw.i 

Mcl'hersou. G., residence of '.Ml 

MclMierson, llan.illon, residence of '.»< 

McVev. L. A , residence of NS 

Mackey, William, residrnce of 1!I.S 

Main street, Greenwich Ili4 



I'M.i:. 

Main sireet, Monroevlllc S 211 

.M.iiii street, .Sorwalk .'• 

.Mallov.Vhonias, residence of. I4.% 

.M.uiailan. G. W., residence of 112 

M.irsli, li C . residence of S4 

Mailin. K. G„ residence of 107 

M.iniii, W. II. . residence of '.il 

Mason, T. II. S: Son, lirick anil tde 

works 2::il 

Mason. J. II. , residence of. 711 

Mason. 1'. L., resideiue of 22(1 

M.ithias.J.. residence of lUl 

Maltoi.n.J. .\.. residence of 2li'.i 

Mat/., Ch.is., residence of 2.V, 

Mavnard, G. C., residence of l<Jii 

Mav uird M. I., store of. 210 

JIavnaril. W. O, residence of I.s2 

MiiM.r's ollice, rlvnioulh :ll 

Mead. Ilenj. 11., residence of DM 

Mead. C. A., residence of |U 

Mead. C. A., sprii.;,' on (arm of 10.", 

Mead. J. I', residence of ,■<.■> 

Mead, L. S, residence of 2-V.i 

Mead. Mar US I., residence ol 2:i'.l 

Mead, Marv li., residence of 1117 

Meikle, John. Monroeville, resilience 

ol oil 

Merickel, Joseph, residence of SS 

M. IC. Church, liellecue. Main strei t.. 2(i 

M. i:. Chnrcli, ChicaKo s: 

M. !■;. Chnrch Clarkslield Hollow.... 2:i 

M l-;.Clnireh, Delphi IS.S 

M. ]•:. Chnrch, 1-ilchvil e 2'.i 

M. E. Church. Greenwich Ii.i. 102 

iM. !•:. Church, Hartland 2:i 

M !•:. Chnrch, .Monroeville 2S 

-M. !•: Church. New London :i7 

M. K. Church, Norwalk ,S2 

M. i;. Church. I'eru 71) 

M. K. Ch iich, I'lvinouth I'.i 

M I.. Ciiurch. Townseiid Center ;i7 

.M. H. Church, Wakeman .Ml 

Mevers. Henrv, Jr , residence of 77 

Mickel, Anlouv, residence of :,<) 

Miekev, H. C residence of 224 

Miles. .Mrs. Almira. residence ol Li'.i 

Milhani.t. Mrs. Joseph, residence of. 72 
.Miller. .Mrs. Ivla C. residence of . . Iss 

Miller, G. II , residence. The I2S 

Miller. H W., residence of Iil7 

Miller. Dr. J. I'., residence of. 2:11 

Miller, J, II., residence of .... 2.",11 

.Miller. J. .M.. residence of ]2A 

.MiUer. John, residence of 24:i 

Mille', L.. residence of. 244 

Miller, Roht , resid. nee of 12:! 

Miller, Rol.l., Idacksniith .shop .ami 

residence of !. .-w 

Mills, rred, residence of \i\ 

Mills, Win., residence of 7:f 

.Mineral Sprili.;s at Clllca;;o IS 

Minor. W !■: . residence of. 22li 

Mitchell, I". -M , residence of. 110 

.Mitchell. II .S.. residence of ... 222 

Jlitchell. W. If., residence of. l.V.I 

Mock. Mrs. James, residence. The.... 01 

Mohler. M.. resideiu-e of. 22:1 

Monroe St.. Monroeville 70 

.Monroeville, from .i hill south of 

the Nillaye, A v lew of .TJ 

Mi.nrocvillc residences 14 

Monroeville Road, A view on :;s 

Monroeville Town Hall, The .".0 

MiiiUellh. lohn, residence of. 102 

Moore. Hcrhert I>., residence of lOS 

Moore. II. R., resideuce of .SO 

.Moore, J. A., residence of. Ill2 

Moore, J.is 1... residence of. O:: 

Slorehead. A. S.. re-idence of. 2:1-") 

Morehead's lilacksinith Shop at 

Hunts Corners 20 

.Morev, Georye, residence of 112 

Morris .S;Co...Mill and Grain Elevator HIT 

Morris. I T.. residence of III! 

Motson. Kol.crt, residence o' 112 

.Molsim. k !■• . lesidence of. Li."! 

Mutter. frLiik. residence of. I.^O 

Motter. M.irtin. residence of Il'.i 

Mutter. M., residence of 101 

Mnrphv. John Jr.. residence of. 212 

Music Hall, Collins 2.-, 

Mvcrs. Andrew, residence of .Ml 

M%ers, |,,hn W . residence of. ss 

Mvrtic Ave. Chic.iHO 21 

Mvrtle Ave . Chicago, Lookin.i; North 

on Mil 

Myrtle Ave.,ChicaRO, Lookinj; South 

oil Kast Side 107 



Nedro, F... residence of 212 

Nrlsiin, H. I> , residence o Il«i 

Nesl.ilt John, lesideme of. 21:; 

.\i wkirk, W. 11, residence ol 217 

New Loudon l-l.i\ .Mills, vardsol 2li;: 

New London St. .Marv's Calllolic 

Church at .'. 217 

.New London Steam Tile anil Hrick 

Works 70 

.New London, oldest house in. The... 201 

.Newman. Samuel, residence of 20" 

Newman,. Mrs. Mrah N . residence of lo'.l 
.Newton, All'cd. former resid. nee of 00 
Newton, Mrs. Sarah, residence of... . I;i0 

Niele, J. I-red, re-idence oL 112 

Nichols, C. I)., residence of i;il 

Nichos. R., residence of. '.12 

Niikle I'lale Railway Yards at Belle- 
vne 17 

Nickle i'late and Short Line Depot 

at Bellevne LI 

Nineveh Church, Greenwich town- 
ship 20S 

.Viver, John I!., residence of 2(JS 

Noecker, Capt .\., residence ot 171 

Norman, John, residence of HI 

Northeast Comer of .Ma n and .Mllm 

streets, .Norwalk SJ 

No.theast Corner of I'nidic Sou ire, 

I'iyinontli. The 

North FairlieJd, a liusiliesssection of 

North I-airfieM, a rear view ol li 

.North Eairlielii, Inisiness Imildinnsal 41 

North I'.iirnelil Creamerv 2" 

North I'leasaiil sireet Nor*alK 71 

North Side of Ilroadwae. I'.vmouth.. S4 
North Side of East Malii, Ni'iiwalk... liCi 

Norton, Jas. II., residence of 127 

Noilon, .Mrs. .Mary, residence of 12:! 

Norton, W. D.. saw mill ind v arils of 100 

Norton, W. R., residence ol. 101 

Norton. W. R., saw mill of. 70 

N'orwalk, as it was in islli 2 

.Vol walk, a view on north side of E. 

Main street 210 

Norwn'k I-ou-idrv .lud .Machine Co. 

Iilant. A view of the .. . .; lOS 

Norwalk Creek 

Norwalk rdectnc Li>;lu Co pi. ml of 2'.2 

Norw.-.lk Institute ':; 

Norwilk. loiikiPK north on St ite St, I'M 
Norwalk, Pioneer Busm-ss S:ruc- 

tures of 2 

Norwalk. Stewart Block 222 

Oaklev, C. W., residence of. 22.". 

Oblir, A. D , residence of I'.H 

Ol.ur, A. U.. residence of 110 

Gdd lellows' Hall, Centerlou 2.'..". 

Ohio Celerv Co., a view of 102 

OhioCultivatorCo., Bellevue, Works 

of It 

Old B.iptisl Church Buihlin!,' at .New 

London 44 

Old Ceineterv in rear of Episcopal 

Chu.ch, Norwalk :;i 

Old Cider Mill at Clalkslield Hol- 
low. The :io 

■Old Coiliu House," The 201 

old Court House, Ni.rw.dk, another 

view of 4 

Old Deerlick, The SI 

Old Dlslilerv at Bellevue. The 7 

Ol.l Distillerv at North .Monroeville, 

The '. 20 

Oldest I'rainehouse in Wakeman, 

The 7 

old I'lourin..; Mill at rivifionth. An.. 4:! 
Old hound rv and M.ach'ine Shop .at 

I'lvinonlh 41 

Old Grist Mill at Peru, Ail..._ 10 

Old Hotel, at Steuhen. The 7 

Old Jail at Norwalk "iS 

O ,1 .Mansion House. I'llchville. The 22 
Old .Methodist Chnrcli. Noiwalk. 

exterior 140 

Old Methodist Cliurch. Norwalk. 

interior 140 

Old Orchard. An o:: 

Old St. Marvs Church and Parson- 

av;e. Norwalk 41 

Old School huildiin;. New Lon.lo.-... 21 
Old Stone School Hi.nse, Norwalk, 

Tp s:; 

Olcii.i, hotel and husiiuss hiiildiii^s 

at 411 

Opdyke. S. B, residence of. Ii;."i 

Orthvein, Gottleib, resideuce of. 24; 



PACK. 

Orwiy, Dr. S. A., residence of 2:11 

Ullervacher. C. L.. icsideiice of. 101 

Out for Sport 10 

Owens, l";uK»-iic, resilience of 247 

Paint, Mvra J., residence of 1J<T 

Palmer. .\. C . residence of. _ 202 

Palmer, E. M., residence of. 127 

Palrier. .Mvron II . resilience of. In 

Palmer. SL A . residence of. I'.il 

P.ilmer. Seely. rei^ideiice of. 12 

Palmer. Preston, residence o( 224 

Paraiiiore. Mrs J. W., residence of... Oii 

Park. Jas , Chicago, residence o.'' i;!7 

Park, James, residence o( 22"> 

Parker. G. W.. residence of I*> 

Parker, II. M., residence of lliT 

Parker. R. S, residence of lo.'- 

Parker.Ji.hu hi.inestead.TIi- 2:!> 

Paiker, Willi. im. resiileiire of 2IS 

Parmilce. II. 1-... residence. The 22-^ 

Parrotl, I- . residence of 212 

Patrick, Teiiiiy, »t Ills lavoi <le Riiiuse- 

iiieiit s 

Patterson, E. M.. residence of ... I.'.l 

Pattoii. Mrs. L, residence of 207 

Peat ,t P.irker. (;reeiihon»es. Tilt I:!0 

Peat. Th.iinas. resideiiee of I-'.O 

Peat. WiKlam. resiil, nee of 1.".0 

Peck. Samuel E. residence of. 1^1 

Peirce. A. W., BeiidiiiK Works. 

Collins :;;; 

Peirce. A. W . residence of 77 

PeiiiiiKtoii. I'". C. residence of. IiHi 

Peiiin;:ton, I". C., ilore It.il 

"erltins. M. .M., resideiict of I II 

Perkins. M. .M . residence of. 07 

Perrin's ijuarry, a view in :A 

Perrin, WiiImiii, residence of 227 

Perriii. William, firm resilience of... :;iiii 

Perrv. Mrs. .Mice, residence of 7-". 

PersiiiiiK. Eli/.a (... residence of To 

Petlit, J W. residence ol I;h) 

Pettit, M. I' , residence ol In.'. 

Phillips. I--. E , residence of 244 

Phillips. John S.. residi uce ol I"l 

Pierce, C E., residence of 2*:i'. 

Pierce. I S . residence of til 

Piiii.iiel. Mrs \\ III , residence o:' Ji 

V...\.&. W Dejotat :."W Loiiiioii... :.s 

P.. A. >\: W. Depot at PlMiiontli 2o 

P . A. >S: W. Trestle at Plvniouth |s 

Pleasant Street School, .No-'vaik. 

The •"» 

PIoukIi. Prank I! . residence of 214 

Plough, W. T.. residence of. I.-7 

Plymouth, iiortiieast corner pn! lit 

square H'-'. 

Plymoutii. phininj; mills at 100 

Plvnioulli Stone < luarries A view in 

the 7. S 

IMymoutli Stone Ouarries, \ vit.x in 

Plvniouth Stone Quarries. A view in 

tilt r. 

Pohlmaii. .V. C , IdickMiiith shop rjl 

Pohlmaii. A. C. residence of 2im 

Pollin^er. E. v.. rtsideiice of. 204 

Pond. A. B.. resid"i.c-.- of 217 

Post. Ch^is. P. , resi.lence of 2i.J 

Post, O P. and Itetsv A . residence cf 212 

Porter. Enoch, residence ol 2011 

Por cr. NelheC. result net ol. 2:i7 

Portlier, l-rederick. resiiL-iice of. HiO 

I'owers, Mrs Celia B. residence ol'.... 210 
Powers. Celia B.. larm residence of 

The 240 

Powers. K. C, residence of 2J:1 

Powle\ . G.eo. S.. residence of. 2:'.o 

Powlev. W. I)., residence of. ... !01 

Pratt. I. 1... residence of liU 

Prentiss, A. S . rcidellce o' 141 

Prentiss. Edwin, residence of - ! s 

Prentiss, S.. store aiitl residence o"'... lOO 
Preshyteriaii Church and ceineter_\ at 

Siuhen. The 12 

Presl.yteriaii Cliiircli ami parsoiiajje 

at Cliica>;o II"' 

Presl.vterian parsonage Monroevil •■. 

Tiie 01 

Priest, A. P . residenc- of 104 

Prosser. Geo I-:., residence I.I 2V; 

Prosser. W. S . res ,;> nc- of _ 21 1 

Pul.lic !selli.ol Buiidiin;. at Ch.ccno... l-s 
Puhlic School P,nildiii>:. at Clari..s- 

field :i2 

Pul.lic School Buililllif!. at Clarks- 

6ehi OS 



204 



PICTURErSQUE •HURON. 



I'ulilir Soliool niiililiiiB, .il Cull ins... 21 
I'ublic Scliiiol liiiililinj;, at l'::isl Nm- 

walk -i"' 

Piil.lii- S.-luiol Ituil.liiit,'. :.l I'llclu ilk- S.: 
l-iil.lii- School Itiiilcliiit,', at N'lw Loll- 

<l..ii 21; 

rulilic- S.liool Hnil.liiii;. at I'lviiioiilll I'JS 

IMlilic S>1iom1 Miul.liii);, at Wakiuiali 1 1 
I'uhlii Siiiiarc, at l'l>iiioiali- N W. 

comer of -1- 

Railway shop ami round house, Chi- 

cajjo ":l 

Raiiilolph, Jno. I'., resilience of 1 

Ran.lcll.J.. resilience of 1:17 

KaiiK, W. A, resiil<-uce of 1:17 

Kansoln, John C, residence of. -Jl 1 

Uattlesiiake C.lcu, IC. Norwalk 2') 

Raltlesuake Cku. K. Norwalk :i7 

Raver, 0. I... residence of S:i 

Raymond, ICil., resilience of '.17 

Read, lir. .\. \,, residence of lUI 

Read, Mrs, R. .\., gen'l store o.-* 

Read, Franklin 1)„ residence of 117 

Read, Will, nsiiknce of 217 

Read, W. R., residence of 2li.") 

Rectory X.ion Kpiscopal Church, 

Monrorville 'il 

Reed, Dr. I). II , residence 1. 1 7 

Reed, S, !■■ , residence of 177 

Reid.y, Miss I',. C , sfrc W) 

ReiiilT, J. R , residence of il:! 

Rescue lliink and Ladder Co W 

Resh, William, residence of. 2W' 

Resh, William, farm residence of ■..M 

Rettix, William, residence of Klli 

Reynolds, J. 1'., residence of 2:K 

Reynolds, O, 1'., resi.lence of 2:':t 

Reynolds, T. M , residence o, 21U 

Rhea, John, resi.lence of 172 

Rhoads, G. I' , lesidelli e ol 1 SI 

Rhodes, C. J , resi.lcncr ,.f Ml 

Richards. A. N.. rgsideiu e of 2."iri 

Richards, I Ir. CC, rjside.ice of .'iS 

Ridiards, I'. A., residence of I.S',' 

Richards, Ilann.ih, reridence. T'.le... 2!S 

Richards, Dr. W. ]., rcsideiiccof li;7 

Richardson,;. W. and Co., waielionse 



211 



Rick, Marvin, residence of 2li:'. 

Riddle, William. reMdence of. 2.'.') 

RijIKs. Mrs. Kate, hnsiiiess room ami 

residence of 2.">l 

Rin;;le. Asliel, resilience of 211-1 

Rinnle, J., soryhnm nidi on farm of. 1. 

Roherison, James, residence of. 2411 

Roberts, Theo , residence of 2.'.7 

Robinson. Grant, residence of 217 

Robinson, I, I)., residence ,d I'.il 

Robinson, William and, M. J., rcsi- 

<lence of 22.** 

Rochester Street, New l.oinlon II 

Rochester Street, New London, 

south side of 11 

Roe, Harnett, residence of 2.')1 

Roe, Gcorj;e J., sa«niill of l:i2 

Rofjers, M., residence of. 1(;2 

Rogers, Amos, residence of, 121) 

Rojiers, C. !■., residence of 17li 

Rogers. C. II., residence of IIM 

Rogers, R. U., residence of 227 

Rogers, Sherman 1)., residence of,.... I::."i 

Rogers. Wells, residence of l.V. 

Rood, R. K. rcsideiiccof .'.:! 

Root ltros.,buililin}; I."i8 

Roscoe, <f. L., residence tif 2.")I1 

Rose, W. A , residence of 122 

Rounds. A. W , residence of 7;i 

Round.s, I'.. II , residence of i:w 

Rounds, Isaac, res deuce of. 211 

Rounds, Jacob, residence of. 211 

Rowland, .\. 1'., residence of 72 

Rumjies, W, S , residence of 211 

Ruilisev, David, residence ot 2."tO 

Rumsey, Mrs. Mary K., residence of 212 

Rupp, Nicholas, resilience o( ."»'.i 

Rural Scene near Norwalk. A lii 

Russell, C. M. residence of.". 221 

Rustic Suspension Bridiie 41 

R>nn Jinllin Supply Co so 

Sa^e, J. W., residence of 2i4 

Sa.i;e. J. W., residence of. 2ii7 

St.' Alphonsiis Church, Monroeville.. ll.s 
St. John, 11 D.,.\ view c.f the apiarv, 

conilncleil bv 21.'. 

St John, II. I) , residence of 21.'i 

St. John, W. T., residence of 22.'i 



St. Josephs CaihoHc Church, I'lv 

month "... 17:1 

St losejib's Church, Monroeville 141 

St. M.irv's Catholic Church, Nor- 
walk 2::il 

Si. Marvs Catholic Church, Wake- 
man'. 74 

St I'anls Catholic Church and ceme- 
tery, liellevne ".2 

St. I'aul's Catholic Church. Norwalk Inl 
St. I'eter's Catholic Church, Nor- 

w.dk M 

Saladin. Henry J., residence of '>i 

Salisbnrv, I'.. \\'., residence of I>7 

Sammis,A., residence of Im 

Sandow. Ileniv, residence of. Ill 

SarHenl, Ilenrv II., residence of Ill 

SaltiK, Capt A.' .M., residence of. 14:1 

Sattison, C, .\., residence of 17;i 

Rattison. C. A., stables of lf.:i 

Savage, Lewis 1)., resilience of 1 111 

Sawyer, Chas. A., residence of -iti 

Seane, James, residence of 21.'i 

Scene on Ivisl Main street, stieel 



fai 



121 



Scene on Huron river near Norwalk, 

A „ s 

Schmilz, Rev. N., residence of >M 

SchoeniierK. William, residence of.. 112 
Sehoenheryih's warelioii.,e, IMvmonth. I'.J 
School buildin;; at r.reenwich. The 

HiHh or, 

School l.nildinn at N. I-airfield i;4 

School hnililin-, I'ikeSt., at liellevne i;4 

School bnildin.i;. The wreck of 1!I2 

School house at 1-itchs Con er .V.' 

School house at Slenbcn, The 10 

Schriner, Joseph, residence of -2(111 

Schntt, Henry, residence of Lis 

Serani. l-"railk, residence of 2ii'i 

Seaton, P.. A., residence of '.i2 

Sealon, W. W., residence of. 142 

Seein.ij the races at the fair 11:1 

Segur, Joe, residence of Lis 

Selgler, J. IL. residence of lull 

Scmirau .,treet. South Si.le, Nor- 
walk 112 

Sh.-.dv Glen, A, I'airlield township... ■-':: 

Shcai l-'ather, residence of ilij 

Shcild. Daniel I-;., residence of .s| 

Sheely,Jacob, lesideiiceof 121 

Sheep pasture. A, near N. Fairfield.. 2.i 
SIiel>i--!d, G. 1!. and C. H.. residence 

of 100 

Sheldon, A, resid.nce of 117 

Sheldon, Mrs. II A., residence ol Ill 



PAOK. 

Smith. W. II., residence of. 2211 

Sinilh, W. I,., residence of l.'«7 

Sinitii. W. L., s :w null of IIW 

Smith, W. M., lesidence of. 2l.s 

SmilL, W. M., sa« mill of -^-Vi 

Smith, W. (>.. resi.lence of SiH 

Smitli, W. ().. Norwalk, residence of ■'>' 

Smith, W R., resi.lence of 110 

Sniools. I-., resi.lence of In:! 

Snapp. G. W., resi.lener of I7S 

■Sii.ip Shots" on the Fair Grounds. 11:1 
" Snap Shots" on the I-'air Groiiiuls, 

Norw.ilk nil 

Sno.l.lress, H. I L. residence of !''< 

Snow, P. /... residence of 1:12 

Snvder, Andrew, residence of, 20<) 

SnViler, Ralph resilience ol r>7 

Snyder. S. S resilience of 24il 

Snvder, Then., resilience of Mo 

Snyder, V. P.. residence of IIS 

South I'leasant Street, Norwalk, a 

view of 20 

S.inth Side I'ublic Sipiare. I'lymoulh 71 
South Side I'ublic Sipiare, I'lvniouth 74 

Si>anldiin;, M. 1'.., residence of 17.S 

SpeiT Sol., resilience of 17<i 

Spra>;ne, Col. J. H , residence of 1.0 

Spragne rmbrella Planl, Norwalk... O'. 

Sfpiire, li. J., residence of -'d 

Squires, II. M., house ami barn lO.'i 

Stackbouse, .Amlrew, resi.lt nee of... 212 

StaniTer. K. M.. resi.ieiice of 2.'.7 

Stevens, .\ K.. residence of. IS-'. 

SlenI/. II.P., sninemr home of SV* 

Stent/, H. P., resi.lence of aOll 

Stewart C. II. , residence of 12'i 

Stewart, G.T., resideneeof. 27 

Stiles, Carv h . lesideiiee of .ill 

Stoiier, -Mrs. .M. D.. residence of i'.'S 

Stotts, A. D., residence of 177 

Stotls, C. I-;., grain elev.itor. The lini 

Stotts, M. K., residemenf -jLs 

Stout, A. K, resideneeof lUl 

Stout, Samuel, resideli. e ol 172 



She 



-o(.. 



Sherman, Joseph, residence of 

Sherman, Samuel, residence of 

Sherman, L.. residence. The 

Shiroii. Mrs. L , residence of 

Silcox-. .\.. resilience of 

Sillimaii, Chas. IL. residence oL... 

Silliman. G. D., residence of 

Siltimau, Solomon, residence of,.. 
Simmons, Mrs. F.. residence of..... 
Simmons. Louis I'., residence of.. 

Sinnroiis, L. t>.. resifienee of. 

Simmons, Miss Sue C, residence i 
Simmons, Dr. S. K, residence of. 
Sisson, L. P. 



. II . 



eside 



of. 



s01,l .Mill at Clar: 

field 

Sitterlv, Frank, residence of 

Skelton, Mrs. Aman.la, residence • 
Skinner, .Mrs Harriet, residence ( 

Skinner, H. G., residence of 

Slageter, I-.d , residence of 

Sla-eter. Md., shop of 

Slv, S. M , residence of 



nilh. A. I)., 
nith. C. S., 
nilh, D. W. 
nith. G.eort 



•of 

:e of 

•ee. The 



Siiiilh .V Iliinberger. View in 

berv.ir.ls of 

Smith, Ilir.ini, resilience ..f 

Sniith. Col. lames, former hom 

Smith, lohn' I., resi.lence of 

Snii'.li,Sl.ir\ .v. resi.lence The 
Smith, Mrs. Marv 1,., resi.lence 
Sniilh, Michael, "resilience of,. 
iig Works 



lith. 



!•; 



iilence 



Smith, S. 1... residcnct 
Smith. Welding F , resi.k 
Smith, William, residence 



v.. I'oi 

r, W. l-. 



Str 


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CO., 


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Sir 


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re 


-III 


■nee of 




11, R. G 
r, Chas 


' res 


iei 
lei 


ce 




Snl 


of. 


Silt 


nme'-s. 


*. M 


re 


si. 


cnce. The 


Sus 


pensioi 


111 11 


.!.;f 


Ai 


other view of 



siead. The.. 
Sutton, Mrs. Ainv, residence of. 

Sutton, C. A., residence of 

Sutton, II. W , residence of 

Sutton, J. R.. residence of 

Sutton. Levi, resiflence of 

Sntloii, Melvili, resi.lence of 

Sweet. I'hlleiia. roid.nee of 

Swift, Mrs Mlr.i, residence of.. 
Swimmer, Philip, rcsideu'-e of.. 

Sydal.John, residence of 

Svkes, F. -^., resilience of 

Svlvestei, K., residence of 



faber. li. C, re 
Tabers Corner 
Tanner, Carrie 
Taylor, Mrs. I. 



ddenceof 

.\., resifleuce of.. 



Mr 



Th; 



Will II, 



•e of 

■ Cenieter 

of : 



.>il 


Thomas, O. A., residence of 


2.-d 


Thomas. G. r , residence ol 


■242 


Thomas. (). W , resilience .if 










,s4 


Thompson, G. W., residence of 


14;! 


Thompson, Lemv, residence ol 


■201 


Tillingh.ast V. A.. s..rgliuni mill of.. 


no 


Tillin..;liast. F, .V. resnience ol 




Tillsoii. Perry, residence oL 


III 


Tilton.J. S.. residence of 


i:;o 


Tinkev, J. C. resilience of 


2 01 


Titus. Geo. A., resi.lence ol 


04 


Tobv. F. W. resl.len.e ..f 


l."iO 


Topping, V^'illlam, resi.lence "1 


20s 


Town Hall at Clarksheld Hollow 


•2:12 


Town Hall ami Opera I louse al Wake- 



Townsend. I-dleli 1.., resi.lence of... 
Townsend, J. A., homestead. The.... 



Towiisen.l, J. T., resilience of. 

Trinity U|>iscopal Chur.-h, L\ mt^ 

Towmship ; 

Trnse.lall, James, residence o( 

Truxcll, Davi.l, resideneeof. 

Trnxell, James, resi.lence of. 

Truxell. S. S.. residence of. 

Tucker. A. 11.. residence of 

Tucker, Calvin, resilience of 

Tucker. S. K., rcsnleiue of. 

Tudor H. C. Iiardw ire store 

Turner, J. A., resilience of 

Two friends 

Two j>fl» 

Two pioiie<-r honses 

Tyson, John, resnk-ii.e of 



■ ol.. . 



I'lsh. I. M.. resideneeof.... 

rnderliill, l-I. G., res .lence 

rnderhill. Mrs. I.. G.. lesi.Ience ..f. •2<;i 

Inion S. ho.d Ituinliii-..', M..-ir..evii:e 7 

Lnite.l r.relhren Chn.cii at Cllicjo. -j: 

I'liited llrelhreii Church al New- 

l.oinlou 2I<: 

I'nivemal'st Church at Nor»-.-iri; I! 

I'niversalisl Clinrcli al l'eru_ 4:i 



\*ail, L. .\ , resilience of 

Van Hlaieum. residence of. 

Va 1 Dnsen, F. W., resi.lence of. 

Van i:pp«. II. .\.. Implement h.:.ld- 

ing 

\an I-pi-s. H. A , Mid Pr..i>erly. The 
Van Gorder, W W , residence V>( ... . 
Van Horn, Mrs G. A., residence of .. 

Van Horn. W H . resilience of 

Van Scov, L. A resi.leiec of. 

Vansiov, G. W.. resi.lence of. 

Van Sickle, L>niaii. resi.lence of 

Van Vraiiken, Robert, residerre jf.. 

Van Vtaiiken. '•... residence. Tl-.e 

Verniidi on River Uridge al Fii..;i- 



III 



e-l.lenct 



of... . 
of.... 



r, Philip. 
rv, Willis, r. 

on tlielhir . 

, IIS, Inl. lli.s. l:;;i. no. I-M 



View at Collins 

View al I-airlield 

View at Gfolding'- Corner.s 

View at Norwalk Slr-etl Fair 

\'iew of North .Monroeville 72 

View of Havan.i 

View of trestle on l-Ilectric R.i'I-vav.. 

View of Industrial Par.nle ... 

View of business |.arl of Bellevue... . 
View on Fast .Main ^treil d-.tring 

Street lair. .Vr-rw?lk 

N'iew of Fast M.-in Street. N.-rie dk. 
Views on Huron Countv i" -ir 



Gr 



Views on line of Wheeling "in! I. .ke 

l-Ire Rndway 2I-:'-; .2 " 

View on Noi lit .Sisin sireet, Monr. e- 



ille 



14" 


1(12 

loi.lal. 11 
!s 



\"iew on Monroe street. Moiirocyiltt 
View on West Main street dur.n-.; 

Street Fair. Norwalk 

View oil West Main strec-. Nrwdk 
Vosbnrgh. .Miss M. J., rcsideme of... 

Vonthron. I're.l. residence of 

Woman. .\. .-\.. residence of 

Waggoner, Clias. M . residence 
Waile, Chas., residence of..... 
Waite. T. I)., residence of .... 

Waite. John, resi.lence of 

Wakeman, North side of raili 
Wallers, loseph, residence of 
Waltini. John W.. residence of.. 
Walnut sireet. Looking east 

Norwalk 

Ward. .\. K , residence of 

Ward. I'. I. , residence of. 

Ward. Wellha W.. residence of 
W.ashbnrn. 1). S., risidence of.. 
Wa~hbnrn. F. 1,., resnUnce of.. 

Washburn, G. F., resi.lence of ^ 

Waterworks dam at Norwalk. Tne... I 

Waterworks Pumping Station... ' 

W.iterhouse. I. L . resilience of- _ "'■ 

Watts. RoK-rt. resideneeof. - 1^ 

Watros, li. I-., resi.lence of •.!l 

Weaver, L 1- . resi.lence of "-' 

Webb. Si.lney, resi.lence oL •-"" 

Webb. T. M.; residence of > 

Weber, J.acob, residence of. 1 ' 



l.i2 



2II 



■|M->I . .: /. .I..-V/ 
- ■// .,n!i7, '.. .7/ 



PICTURESQUE HURON. 



WelistiT, lUirt, nsi.lc-me uf 

Weck.Jaculi, nsi.lc-Kc of 

Wcikcr, IvH.s. rt^iiltiai- »(... 

Weisliroil, 11., r.-iiUiue «l 

WVisbroil, II , ri--i.li-,.ce ol 

Wells, Rl-v. Oio. \V.. risiilcm-c ol 

Wiilsli, O. W., store ol 

Wtlsli, N. I) , rusirliiice of 

Weriici. (;. !■■., rt-siilence ol' 

West, I,. A , ri-siik-m-e of 

West H;,rtl.mfl M. li .liureli 

West Mam street, south side ol, 

Norwalk 

West Main street, iiortli siile of, 

No.vvalk 

West Mam street, bird's eve view of. 

NorwalU ' 

Weston, W. S., residence of 

Whee'.er, J. A., residence ff 

Wlueler.J. C, residence of 

Wli.-eler, I. i; , residence of 

Wlieeler, William, residence ol 

Willie, A., residence of 



PAr.K. 

While, I). A., residence of -Jll-J 

White. !■■. T., rcsl.lellce of I."! 

White, It. S., residence of -JiM 

Whiion. I. M., residence of 71 

Whit'.n. W W., residence of .SS 

Whilinan, Jolm. reM.lence of 74 

Whiliiey, Calvin, residence ol ■.V.I 

Whitney, I,. T , residence of Ul-i 

Whittlesey corner, Norwalk, as it 

once looked 2 

Whilllesev .\veni.c bcliool, Norwalk i:i 
Whutlese'v Aveiine on a Winter day. I:; 

Whitwortli, Charles, residence of Itl4 

Wickcs, !■: II., residence of In:) 

Wllco.t, .v. A , residence of 2-VJ 

Wilhelni, Mrs. C. H.. rcsldenee of 2111 

Willis. \. 1)., resi.lenceof l.sil 

Willis, IJ. W., residence ol 20S 

Willis. W. W., residence of ISl 

Williams, K. I. . residence of al.i 

Williams, K. T., resilience of inr, 

Williams, Frank, residence of 171) 

Williams, n. I., rcsideiue of LMI 



PACK. 

Uilliani-. M II, rcniilenec of J4:! 

Will' mis, .M II., saw mill of ^lio 

Williams Theo., residence of 117 

Williamson, lion. John A., residence 

of 77 

Willinnnt. II. J., residence ol ]r,l 

Willoiijjhtiv. John, resilience of '.«J 

Wiiidv daviii the eoiintrv, A l-'i 

Winter scene on West jiain street. 

.Norwaik 14 

Win.li-h.Ceor^-e. residence of r.'4 

Wmilish.Johii. resilience of i;J4 

Wood, r,io. H. residence of -^41 

Wood, Geo. E , residence of r,o 

Wood, John, residence of (i:: 

Wood, J li , residence of 41 

Wooillawn .Avenue lookinx west. 

Norwalk 102 

Woodwanl, Mrs. A., residence of 4r. 

Woudw.ird, D. ().. lesidence of 7-0 

Wray.J. .M., resilience of Hi; 

Wreck of hnildii.K on Gardiner l.irni 117 
Wri^dlt Ul.Kk, The 2U 



PKC.K. 

Wright, J. II., residence of. Id.', 

Wyalidl. J., residence of '*.fn 

Yin^ilinj; Bros, handle works 42 

Voutii{, Iir. .\. J , residence of 2To 

Voiinj;. ivd. I, . residence of. 2i;4 

Vouiijj, (i.iriliner. residence of. ;41 

Youn;;. .M. i .., residence of ^n7 

Voun;^. S. .\., residence of Ili-i 

Vounn. S. A. view on larni o( Mil 

Vounjj William, residence of. ;V.» 

Younx, William, farm residence ol... I'cJ 

Zehner I'aekina Honse In 

Ztoii Episcopal church, Monroei-ille -'il 

/ip'el, Cllas., residence of. :t4 

Zipfel. Roman, residence of '.i~ 

Zij.fel, Roman, husiness block of..... M 

Zorn, John, residence of 47 

/.iielcli, 1'. I... resilience of. 1'iU 

Zuelch, J, II., residence of. '.>:» 



INDEX OF PORTRAITS. 



PAGK. 

Baker, Whi|.plc 277 

Bcattie, .\. M 27:i 

Benedict, IMutt I 

r.cvier. Dr. A 27:i 

Ropardns, Hon. Invert 27M 

Bradv, D.J 27s 

Kradv, Ilnii. IVler 27:1 

Breckenridve, Rev. ('.eoiKe 277 

Breckeiirid.i;e. James 27.'i 

Brown, Deacon Albert 27'l 

Brown, .Mrs. A'.bert 27'.l 

Chevranx, Rev. C V 2S() 

Collins. J. I) 2SII 

Cooke, Hon. Ivlentheros 27ii 

Corwili, ^'rs. Marv A 2SII 

Conlant, .Mrs. l"!ioebe 2;o 

Kannin.i;, Beiij. K 274 

t'arr, Xirs. lCli/..ihelh 2S0 

f.a.v;er, halwin 272 

Gallup, IloM. C. II 27i! 

Gaiiibee, Ji.hii 277 

Gardiner, [ol.n 2711 

GalherKood, William 27S 

Gibbs, E. II 273 



PAttK. 

Gibbs, (feor^e Harson 277 

Gibbs, lames G 27:! 

Gibbs, Mrs. Marv II 2,S0 

Gritii.i, James Ri'ley 272 

Hester, M.irtin 27!l 

Hester, .Martin M 273 

Hester, .Mar\ Slon-li 27'.i 

llildreth. Rev. T. 1'.. 27'.l 

.Ik»^t, 11. II 27:'. 

Hiisted, E. E 272 

Ilnsted, Capt. Saninel 277 

Johnston, Hon. W. D 271 

Kelioj;g, M.irtin 272 

Kennan, Col. C. I '274 

Keiinan, (ieorj^e 271 

Lane, Ebene/er 1 

Lanini;, Hon.J. F '273 

L.ivlin, Hon. 1.. C 2711 

Leonard, Rev. Geo. E '274 

Lolland, Sol 277 

Manalian, George W 272 

McKelvey, .Mathew 270 



V.KC.H. 

McKelvey. Nancy .Ad.ims 2711 

Mesnard, Eri 272 

Newman, Cms. E 2^0 

Newman, Samuel F -2,^0 

Parker, Hon. C.S 271 

I'errin, William 27'.' 

Peters, Eli 27s 

Phelps, Mrs. Lucinila 2S(I 

Pitivel, Rev. J. H 277 

Pilezel, Mrs. Esther 2.si) 

Powers. R. C '271 

Prac. Klhan \lleu 272 

Price, W. H 274 

Read, Franklin D 27.S 

Robinson, S. M 27"> 

Sawver, General I'raiik 271 

Shaw, Henrv W 271 

Scvcrence, \\'arren 27S 

Sheldon, Dr. A 273 

Sheldon, Rev. Harry O tO 

Sherman, Lemuel 279 

Sherman, Samuel 2711 

Sherman, Mrs. Samuel 2711 



PAf.K. 

Sherman. John J 27.S 

Smith. Hiram 27.i 

Stewnrl, Chas II _ 273 

Stewart. Gideon T 27; 

Slcntz. II. P 271 

Sticknev. JmUeC. P. 271 

Siotts. .\. D 27'> 

Stron.!,'. Timolliy R 272 

Thonias. Jmlne O. T 274 

Thomas, v. B _ 27-i 

Tilden, Daniel 1 

Townseiid. Hosea „ •27.-) 

Towntend. Ira S 274 

Townsend, John T '!'*'■> 

Welsh, N. 1). 27'. 

Whitim,John M 272 

Wh-Hlescv. Hon. ICIislia 1 

Wickham! Hon C. V 270 

Wickham, Frederick 270 

Wiokham. F. C 27.% 

Wildiiuin.Capi. F. A 270 

Wildman. F. E 277 

Wildman. S. A 273 

Williams. Theo 277 

Williauisou. Hon. J. A 271 



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Sit 

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